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WELboME YOUNG DEMOCRATS 



BliHMhHMiMIe 
Herf T^ilf 




VIRGINIA BE AGH SUN - 

"SERVING VIRGINIA'S CONVENTION CITY AND FASTEST CROWING COUNTY" 








VOt. XXXVI. No. 9 



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TftEPHONE GA 8.2-«)t 



VIW5INIA BEACH. VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1961 



CLASSIFIED ADS PAY 



SINGLE COPY: 5c. BY MAIL $330 MR YIAIt 



Saks Director 

Willlm B. Llllyniaii Nined 
To Gonventlon Gentir Posltioii 



William B. LlUytnan, former 
publk relattoiw director tor th* 
Norfolk Chamber of Commerce, 
has Joined the ex^uttve staff of, 
ttils resort cHy'» cor>v*ntlon bu- 
reau. 

John McOtwnbs, cfiainnan of the 
convention committee and a mem- 
t»r of ctty council, announc«l that 
UlljTnan will occupy the newly 
created position of Dlrwtor ^ 
^'Conventions Sales. M<0}mlM stated 
that the Masnachuiiettfl native will 
be responsible for atcuritm new 
Seonvenllon and trade ahow bual- 
iie«s for the aooo-seat aluminum 
donwgiconventlon hall, plua hoteU 
and motelH located In thl« re«>rt 
city. 

A Na\7 veteran of Wtwld Wap 
11 and Korea. LlUyman came to 
Virginia sfHne 11 years ago. He 
w»H etlucateil at Rlcker CoHejfe, 
lloulton. Maine, and the Norfolk 
rCiM^ of WIHIara and Mary. He 
majored In buslnes* admlnlutratlon 
and has taken special management 
eoumeii at the University of North 
Carolina. 

He iipent two v«ir« an publte t«- 
latlon* men^w Ibr the NorfoBc 
College of William and Mary be^ 
fore Joining the NorfWk Chamber! 
of Commerce a« a«iilMaht put»llc' 
relatkkrin director In \sm. White j 
w^lth the commerce orfianlMtion. ] 
Lttlyman wrvtid as director of the i 
International Azalea FeaUval, dl-| 
rector of the Norfolk convention > 
bttreiu and headed the tourist and [ 
»u()llcttv program for the City of 
Norfolk'. 

In l«5t he was given a six 
jnonthii leave of al»enc« to nerve 
38 director of public relations for 
the International N'aval Review 
held In connetiion with the cele- 
br»tl<)n of the aioth anniversary 
of the establishment of James- 

Upon his return to tt)*"€hin||j^ 
\Kt» til 1967. UlIyiMA WM pin- 

USS^Jt"'^ """^^ 

M««nl'wii i4itain«« 

published monthly for Virginia 
bUsine«K executives. 

Ullyman left, the Norfolk Cham, 
ber In i»^ to Join Conrtellatlon 
Ufe Insurance Company in Nor- 
folk as Wreftor of public retetloiw 
and Mi* pi«mMion. 

He 1* a member of the Norfolk 
Klwanls Club and a board mem- 
ber ot the Virf^nla Travel Council. 
He attends Christ tiie King Roman 
Catholic C*urfh. A licenced pilot, 
Llllvman hold a Irt Ueutenant's 
eommlsston In the Civil Air Patrol 
and l» a member of Aircraft Own- 
era Pilots Association. 

He Is the sori of Mr. and Wn. 
• Walter H. Ullyinan ctf n Gllmore 
Street, F^cboro, Mam . and tlie hus- 
band of tte fttrmer Mancjr Jane 
Wood, datq^r of Mr .and Mrs. 
Ernest P. Wood of Franklin, Mass., 
and Winter Haven, Fla. 

The LlUymans, and their three 
children, '©Teryl, 7, Suaan 5 aAd 
Wailam B. 3t„ 3, reelde at 4516 
Krlck Street in ?iorfolk. They plan 
on moving to Virginia Beach fol- 
lowing the ekwe of schools in 
June. 



County Beird 
(^ses State 
fiMd Proposal 

1%« PrtaeeM Ame C^tmty BMrd 
of ^pmrnmn MMiday oppomi a 
SMrt.Hlg^ay Oovnnitelon fm- 
pQMl to require at least «^foot 
r^^l(N>f-way for new roads. 

Ifames l^nten, lo^ni^iwn su- 

Kervlaor, mM the proposal would 
ave certain rcwds *bwlt on top of 
aom« tomes altmg the road^de." 
He said certata ripita should re- 
main at Itor ^went ao-foet *lf ht' 
<rfjway. 

11^ hl^nray ieiwunisst<m, last 
Thursday In Richmond, #*jpted 
the policy ot acquiring the ^O-foot 
minimum right-of-way for all fu- 
ture work done on the amondaty 
road lyMem and tor all rural ad" 
ditlom Mcepted after next Dec. 
St. 

The board alw learned county 
IMtlldlng permits i^re below the 
total issued for t^ mow i^rtod 
last yefcr. Building ln^>««or B. M. 
Wmiams «ld the value of the pei4 
i^te to ipwter than list year Im- 
cause lari^ hmnes are Mng built. 

There have been SM permits is- 
sued so far in iflW, vaioed at an 
estimated 91,M44M. V^ tt» asme 
period ia« ^ar thei* were am. 
fmrmttM valMd i^mjmjXI. 

In other §M3m. ttw IMard au- 
tlnrl^d the Mle <tf tt mflllMt in 
school bonds this spring. Voters 
approved a $5.5 million bond issue 
last March to build two secondary 
and three elementary sohools. So 
far «2.5 million of these bonds 
have been aold. The. remaiiUng Sa 
mtninn in bonds will be mM 




WIULLUf A, L4l4LYM.%N 



iiRNl ilEIIOCRATS 
POSTPONE PARTY 

Menbem «f Ike VtoyMt Maadk 
PrinceM Aa*e Ymmg VNMMCfMa 
Ctab received leMers yeataniiqr 
tnm' PmmMeat A. jB. «BaMgr) 
c al t er i wai umtm '^um <riMt 
they had ktCB OkwUML to m ew> 
ning oC poUttoal (eUewiililp with 
their Norfolk eewrtarparto 
ThMiMbgr. Marrli »«W(e UttMf. 

Put it 4»ft BUU «»nwnmr, Ciil- 
ferh«nte aaya, keeaase ^0Me» the 
w«ar4 flrvM U« (oQaaCMM «t Ih* 
nmi. Their aaMM hte af the 
poatvaaaiHcat at |Mt «ho«t the 
Ume hU letters were bctng read. 

There wttt he a BieaCtac. 
■t the lOheat Aawa 



all requests for help. ! uucnnsi said, "and mis nas raaoe i ^o„ev" — where It a>mes from. 

The society last year took Into [it possible to cafe for «»»«{ j^-here It «oe*--when he showed Bayslde No. 1 
Th* Virginia Beach City Council «>«« 151 bab»e« ^^ P'»c«> ** pt '»^-" . , .. , ., , ' two charts showing the hows and' Mr*. If fls Dou^^. 
Tueaday gave authority to the citv adoptive homes, according to tftej "The .^lisfaction of continuing | ^^.^ ^^ collection and disbur.se-' »»-'=•'«» '^ '-•«« 
school bSard to proceed at once «!»«. Alto^ther it had in Its i pmh and progress is dimmed, 
with the program to renovate the ^-ai-e 428 baWes. with M3 of these however, bv the knowle^ tt^t 
W T Cooke Klenuutan ' "* adopthe homes. The number of jrwunet needs have inerea^d." te 

flehool ornctaiai.ilftd (.he I •»!««« In Us care was 149 more MH»rt«l. "In ima, 388 parehM 

e lOheat A*«ia HatN __,iit^-, „. nnirlrfh* tee omJect I than Is IfiCW. ' came to the Society asking us to 

■«t>*,.aja*. alt J«i*-'fiS W-*£^J2Si«y^mo^! OttB«*^p«««-«« *hat t^4re^, and «.« ta«» |w 

!*W rHJ^nr SaS tSTbiSd lWiS^«i last ; 'non^ contributedby the- pe^e [ habten^ 19S9tf.e number ^ 
— — -* tf^ ^P Princess Anne <^utttv and YU^ only 220; to 1^^, ^»; In 19S?, 



pm Jewilaga of 
the' Mh Dlatiict 

ftaae pli|ce. Same tlaie. Jairt 
aaollMr day. 



FasMon Show 
WiHFoattro 
High Schoolers 

Tl» Princess Anhe Keyettes. a 
Junbr Woman's Club— 4q»n«>fe<l 
Mgh sehool club of outsundtag 
titudents, will be represented itt 
ii» Arne* ii Brewntey ^rlng 
Fashion Panide and Cttnh; Satur- 
day March 4 at lOao by the fNreai 
dent. Miss avumn Ix>hr, her asstct- 
ant ho»t««s and rtto^l Miss aftini 
Weaver, and nine menbers. 

Modeling in the correct fashhin 
demonstrations will be the atiaow 
Grace Danforth. Flossie SO^^ 
Gean Flcarra, Connie "hiMfai 
Nancv Aekfc^ amdra <»lwr, Jtola- 
lle Pc^. Mane Rainier and Frsnny 
Cox- 

Dfck Garriott and TW »nlth <rf 
Prin<»8s Anne High Sebwi will 
represent Tbe K^ CUi^ ^^onsored 
bv the Klwanls Cldb. 

The pefular young alAi^ng 
group, Tlie Nonuewes, nine C^^aby 
High Scbool teens umler the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Maury W^lden, wUl 
present •l&urter Bonnet 5l«Ilty." 

Mfs^Maade E. Hudson, city su- 
nervlam- of Norfclk's Distributive 
Bdwation program, will present 
the story of l^^department, assist- 
ed bv Miss Ingrld Kinson, treats 
urer'of the Mitrtbutive EMtm^ien 
aub of Noryl««w Hi|^ School. 
Mrs. Jiille CoHmus, owner-director 
0^ !forfolk's Oianb Asso^tes, 
win ^ve a demonstration on good 
jMwt ure for the groiv1ng-up young 
adults. 

There will be eo teens paotici- 
patlng in 'Oils event and »|1 |e*n 
agers of Vlr^la Beach and ft-in- 
cesfi Aitne County are Invited to 
attend. Ml^ ^raiy Jaises, pet^ 
denrof Mhuiy's Keyette Club wfth 
10 membwrs; Miss Vlrf^nia Wlllii, 
presldetft of Norvlew Keyettea 
with 10 members, and Mi» Con- 
nie t» Vabie, M«M«rt of Ortn- 
bv*s Kev^te OtA wMi » xmm- 
ten win also moAl. Alk« Brewer 
White, women's eonunentotor toe 
wguOW. wm dlr^t the clinic and 
present the comtnemta^. 

ciiW^'nucM. toAim mamamM 

, The Cl^. KiMtrlcal Board iweeta 
the third Thur^y tf each month 
at tm pM., tt lam bt« m». 
noimced. 

the beard meets m the office of 
thf> .is^Utant superintendetK <tf 
■tly in back of the dty 
iiall buiiding. It waa pointed o^ 
that the mevtlnga are op«n to Mi 
geoena pi^lk. 



iHy Start Is 
Due on New 
Court House 

The new ^18^306^ i^urthouse for 
Princess Anne County is ejtpected 
to be underway bi a few days — 
or, as Informed perscms say, "when 
the weather gives a sufficient 
»>reak." 

To be situated on Court House 
Hill, In front of the Jail and be- 
hind the Masonfc building, the 
structure is planned by Architect 
Bernard Splf^l to conform to the 
existing iMiildlngs in its historic 
aetting. 

The eontract has be«i awarded 
to the E. M. P«t»4 Construction Co., 
the Norfolk firm which offered the 
k>w IM, and nub-contracts are in 
the ^XMmm of b^ng complied 
present quarters located above the 
now. 

The new court' will replace the 
fire station and will bou.'« offices 
of the planning commls.<!ion and 
probation officers, as well as bf- 
flce* far Judges Reed and Citon. 

Authorization fbr the structure, 
which will front on Kempsville 
Road, was approved by the Board 
of Supervisors Feb. 13 and com- 
pletion date win be within ISO 
dai%'s •fter construction begins. 

GomeilOJ(.'s 

CiMke School 
BiMdhtgnan 



p. A. Ruritan Club Officers 




ALMOND WILL SPEAK 
TO YOUNG DEMOCRATS 



SCHiMMB^TOADM^S 
UNIfY CAUCUS IWtt 
AT SATURDAY BANMfT 



Pictured above are the 1961 offkers of the Princess Anne 
Ruritan Club taken at a recent meeting. They are, from left. Dick 
Atwokm, president; Roy DeHarl, vice-president; Harold Bendler, 
secretary; and Joe Murden, treasurer. 

Contributors Receive Thanks, 
Of ChHdren's tfome Society 



TTiere has been a steady Increase 
in the number of qabi^' needing 
the service* ot the Children's 
Home Society of Virginia, J. W. 
^uart Gilchrist, ^neral secretary, 
said In the society's annual re- 
{»rt Just issued. 

The society has done everything 
it oould to CJM^ for more iwbieg, 
Gilchrist stated, but limited funds 
have made It Impossible to meet 



expand' its work. The campa^^ 
w^ held in September with Mrs. 
A. P. Randolph and A. Gordon 
Stephenson of Virginia BeaSch as 
co-chairmen. He expressed the hope 
that the contributions this year 
would be 'even more i^neitjus in 
order to meet the steae^iy growing 



Women Democrats Listen While 
City and County Officials Explain 

The bi-monthly luncheon meet- Creamer; 2nd vlce-i^ealdent, Mrs. ; 
ing of the Women's Democratic i Roy DeHart; 3rd vice preset,! 
Clu!) of Virginia Beach and Prln- ; Mr«. Richard Dunaja: recor<yfHt | -j^^j, Young Denwcrals ei Anerlm. 
ce-^- .A-nne County heard about 1 secretary, Mrs. E. A. Hud.son: c«. 
ihetr P's and Q'.<i f nesday when-*t responding secretary. Mnr. J. E. 
12 strong— they entertained flw Oanett; treasurer. Mn«. Everett 
jepre^entatlvesof city and pouniy i Wlls»n: chaplain. Mrs Ru^U 
government ' i Ha*«hett and publicity. Mrs. Paul 

At the Isie of Capri, E. R. {Sctti-| Dolgins and Mrs. A. C. Atkins, Jr. 
ny) Culverhouse, city deputy com-i Virginia Beach Precinct No, 1— 
nilstsloner of revenue, was mwlera- Mrs, James G. Kontopanos and 
tor when "the girls" entertained Mr.'*. Joseph Cavelll. 
cues Dodd, county comptroller; precunei So, 2--Mr«. Frank Tar* 
Donald Fantone, county deputy j.gjj j^ g^ ^^^ William P, Kel- 
commlssloner of revenue; E. R-hj,^ 

The.se .stalwart* had been Invited j ^^ f^- ^ZZMrTt'x n^n 
to tell the memDers about the way | l>ondon Bridge— Mrs. R. L. Cmn- 
government works and how their; selman. . 

respective Jobs function. | Of^fna^^'.^J- £h f^ m,« 

Thh. thev did. according to Mrs.} LInkhorn Park School - Mrs. 
Wallace T.Clarfo president of the -A. E. ^aycox- 
club. She said that the questton, John B. Dey School-Mrs. E. A. 
and answer period which followed Stewart. n^,«„.« 

the presentations gave the mem-; KempsvUle-«Mn; J. J- Bfteimn. 

hem *^ an opportwSty t« clarify i M^^.^^^^'iT'-L^r,.™^ J 
concerning their! tresa and Mrs. E, R. Burroi#i». 
i« Thalte— 'Mrs. B.' T. Booker and 



IjeBtUm of the Southe^efii Re- 



will gatta* h«» uimmf&tr tmd 
flaturttoy for a unity e«B*M« iWth 
the expectation of hearM« Ow- 
emw Undaay Ainwirt > tt their 
elwilng iwnquet ^Kui^y n^^t, 

E. A. (Sonny) Culvertmoae, g«B- 

era! chairman of the get'^pltacr. 

is arranging aeemnraMM^w Car 

naUopal and VMnla (^fetflki nd 

epresenttives from 21 nilies and 



many pr*vblems 



"^*'* , ,"^ -^-<' . ., . i civic responsibilities. ., „ , 

The society is pSiclng babies In r„~„f~,nap nofW eave a m-aohlc Mi-»- A. .M. Harrison, 

adoptive homes at an elrlier age." j ^2»^P'f*"^'J^f j|^^^ Davln Conger-M,^. John Marr 

GiJchrtrt said, "and this has nude Pf^*™/'* °' ^* if^^s fr«» 8«-.. and Mrs Th«Hna^ LatW. 

to care for more ^^e^f^^ ." J!!l*1.^L'^^ .h^ liavslde No. l-Mrs. Tro^r Brown, 



Juat, auggcM^ to eoaaefl that the 
extm fundM mlg^t be borrowed 
fpofti the State's Uterary fund. 

tlie schocri l)oard la.st Frl^y re- 
ceived a low bid of $3.54,181 from 
Ooftrad Brothers, Norfolk building 
extractors, to renovate the school 
bi41dln|> tiie architect's fee would 
add mMM to this fipire. lite 
bond tatttt Milled for $300,000. 

City Cornell agreed at Tu^iday's 
n^tTng to borrow the difference 
ttom the Wterary Pund and school 
oWcials were 'instructed to go 
alwad with renovation plans. Ilie 
work Is expected to be completed 
b^or«> the Q|Knlng at the 1991 fall 
term. ' ^ 

/Ill-Star Group 
Seiko to Save 
Mmal tae 

^The Virginia All-^ar Founcte- 
tton, sponsors of the annual Bkst- 
West scholaatlo foot^^all game In 
Norfolk whkh has been success 
fully sta^>d for the past five 
^ear^ agra«d at a meeting Tues- 
day to aj^iMIt to the ^r^nia High 
fchbol I>eagi]» for a{^m>val of the 
. game. 

The fbundatlon, headed by B. 
If. StaMw and made up chiefly 
^ Vii^^itfa BeiM husiaei^ and 
sportMtten. anat secure Uie sane- 
Uon of the Aate group since a re< 
cent ruling of the Nattonal CollMp 
tate Atiii^ Aai»c<ation has made 
ttUs necMMiy. 

Attendhig the Tuesday meeting 
here were Canton, chairman and 
founder of the game; George Dar- 
den, James Standing, R. Bradshaw 
Pulley, Fred W. Isaacs, John Tudt- 
er, H. 0. Erhard, C. R. Bryant, 
Ken Cruser and Leo Hoarty. • 

the All-Star ^vup favors a 
week-long coacblr^ cUnlc for 
State high school coaches aloi^ 
with the all-star football ganM. 



ginia Beach had help<M the sGf;le^ I Iffil." 



m«rt. , ! 

• MeChesnev reminded the ladles 
not to forget that the poll tax must 
be paid by May 1 if they.-J»t«od 



Bavslde No. 2— iMns. W. C. Grif- 
fin and Mrs. Robert Mttnn. 

Court House—Mrs, Floyd Kel- 
lam 



Cappw .Shop—Mrs. Walter Mun- ^j,^ 



Two-Uijr 

Caucu.* heat^uartew *iU IN? Ae 
11iundei"blrd Motdr Hotel ansd tm' 
slons will be held at CowventlMi 
Center D^ne. 

r Mope than WO gtawtstarv tfh 

{ pectwl for the t^ra^y MMtt^ 

1 wWch will decide the poiMtaA to 

I be taken by the SoutiiMM«m B» 

[ gloa in ttM cteUbeestlfflHi MOm na« 

tlonal committee in BMttn«H» latt^ 

^b month and the suMi«iWnt mh 

tlonal convention. 

The briquet, to be fWlBwed hy 
a dance, tidll be attended W ^m- 
ocratic party ^(^rs from thnw|^ 
ow the stitt. ChairmW lor the 
banquet and ^teice Is w. B. fMU 
Jr. 

Kveryoaw In "tloatli'* 
Culverhou<«e originally cxpw 



A. Elherldg*; and 



District Social Welfare Counell 
To fie Meld in Norfolk Tuesday 



"Should our elder citizens expect , Department of Public Welfare; and 
adequate medical care? If so. who j Mi>8, ' Kate Davl.-i, 
should finance it? How 
should it be? What Is available 

preiient? What else is nee<ted for j the annual business meetlng^jpre 
ii^urlng medical care of the aged? 
Is the answer a pA>gram of public 
hospital services similar to the 



went f^ the follow I nj» offlcerx and ; 
precinct chaitraen; '■ «■'• ^ , ' 

1st vlce-i^sldent, Mr«. Robert' ixwr ^Ize*— Mrs. 

ttotafy Sacks lill-Out Drive 
For Red Cross Bloodmobile 




A. I. iHfnnis. 



bat w-tth 

acceptance pas»t from Clilcafo 

Tliat puti* Ill!n<>r.s In line wlUt 
.•iuch "Southea'item" irtaten a.* 
Aj^aneas, Connecticut, lUuMif. 
Oklahoma, New York, Penneyi- 
vanU. Maryland. Misaourl and 
Ohio — all semHng representatives 
to the caucus. 

Ijocal Dem«x.rat« nay they are 
move than happv to bestow tradU 

iltv 1 



...,.»..* .«,« chanttn- of RmI Cit>»s i Uonal hospitalltv to any !fk>uthera> 

^ ^ , The manpower and wmmnpower . ress Aime Oiaptft of «*«J^^H ^^j^^^eier he comes from, and. 

Ca.seworker. ^f Virginia Beach an^ Princess { former President R. Bradshaw Pul- , j^'^^^ deleirate I* a ladv. they proa*. 

extensive ! Child and Pamlly Servlw, Norfolk. | Anne County la being mtfblllzed to-, j^^ j^ ^qq pms- ; ise her the graciou)* "yes ma'am'* 

ailable at I Preceding the progmn wUJ be! day for one of the Rf^atestcru-j "„, ^ jg biood. Chairman Hoartyj reception which l« Virginia's heri- 

■ sades ever seen here In an effort i . . ,j ,K„t ^-tu^ ut^' taee 

to resciK the Red Cra#s Blood! points out and adds that the MfCj tage. ^^ ^^^^ 

Bank progi-am f rtftn , its lethargic you >iave may be you, own.''^ , ^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^j^^ 



KempsvUle'^hool 
Is Given at Fhp 



MbnalMtv «( tte » ilaiaoii ^ 
KeiBipaviHe MeaJawa MwM have 

taa dkie mttmwttHM m'tmt, w«ric 
br tta mamof ^ mm. 7IM, 
VMMna at Wm^sm Wata, M W 
(^laghtBg Hew Aiae^toaft i^pb 

Mni ftt^Ute Clwrlea, pgm- 
^tf M tta a^M^ aiMi<M flM> 

maA imm^ ml ~ ~ 

U^e4 to w^wMtf tt> 
lip ^iMU^r wtm tol 1^ Mn. 




Canadian Hospital Insurance Pro- 
gram or are our hospitals a^ 
clinics adequate? Have we'enou(^ 
trained pepwrnnel?" 

These are some of the questtohis 
which' will be discusiied at tile 
ftjtlrth meeting of District I Vir- 
ginia Council on Social Welfare 
-which will be held on Tuesday, 
March 7, IWl at IJSO p.m. in the 
auditorium of the new Public 
Health Building, 401 Coiley Ave- 
nue^ located at the left of the In- 
tersection of ColIey and Olney^ Bd. 
In Norfolk. Attention Is called to 
the fact that there is plenty of 
space near the building which Is 
available tor car parking. 

To dlwUss these major Social Is- 
sues relative to Medical Care for 
the Agwd will be two speakers— 
W. 1* l^inter. Director of Division 
of General Welfare. State Depait- 
m«»t of Welfare and Institutions, 
Richmond, Virginia, and George 
Kareni*y, iRe^onal Representa- 
tive, Department of Health, Edu- 
cation, and W^elfare, Charlottes- 
vlUe, Virginia. Both Painter and 
Narensky are well qualifted to dis- 
cuss -He^dXSm for the Aged 
tMtder the Voluntary State Federal 
Care Prc^ram as enacted by Con- 
ff^m In 19«), as this is one of the 
pn^anw coming directly under 
theu- admlnistratlfm. In addition* 
to knowledge afboi-l this program, 
they also have acces.? to studies 
which show characteristic* of the 
a^ed, health attitudes, medical 
care utlllaatlon atwl expenditures 
and ttie voluntary health services. 
They also are aware of other wel- 
fare legislative provisions passed 
bv the lOao Congri«8. Following 
the dl^usslon there will be a ques- 
tion and answer period. William 
8. Lee, Jr., Chief Administrative 
^ftee of the Juvenile imd Domes- 
tic Relations Ourt, Norfolk, and 
ftt)p»m Chairman of the Council's 
Distrii* will mtroditee ^e ^eak- 
ert. 1*« Ingram wm ptomed by 
a «)mmlt»e <rf which Wllltam 
Goldsalth, Director of Out-ftitlent 
Clinic, .Hortolk GeiwJ^l Hospital, 
la cMmiaB. Other ' members a«- 
sMiE« him were Mrs. Alvaretta K, 
R^^ftar. ta^ of Norfolk SoeJal 
Btmrn ^mm CU^M SawdMv, 
wMiM AdAlaMMtor, Nwtoll 



Bided over by the District's Chafa^ 
tmn, .Mrs. 'Beulah D. Wheeler. 
Mrs. Wheeler will present, her an- 
nual repcw-t "which will show the 
strengrths and weaknesses of the 
District. She will emphasize how 
the Vl^nla Council through Its 
programs has made the, public 
more cognizant of the need for a 
more humanitarian eoncem for all 
individuals and tomilles. She will 
also ask all interested In lmpro%'- 
i^ig the wefart of people to rededl- 
cate then^elves to the^ Ideais and 
to continue working for Impfoved 
services essential to those who are 
In need. In this way the social 
challenge in a chan^g Virginia 
can be met. The Nominating Com- 
mittee will present a slato <rf of- 
ficers for 1961-^. Chairman of thl."* 
cOTtnnlttee is Mrs. Frances Elrod, 
Supt. of Prineew Anne County Oe- 
paitment of Public Welfare. Other 
members are .Mrs. Vera Breedlove. 
Senior Caseworke of South .Xor- 
folk Department of Public Wel- 
fare; W. D. Clark, Supt. of Norfolk 
County Dept, of PublU* Welfare; 
Vance Forter, Executive Director 
of Child and Family Servk-e — 
Travelei-s Aid, Portanouth; and 
Clifford Saunders, Welfare Admin- 
istrator Department of Public Wel„ 
fare. Norfolk. 

•nie I»v. Frank Ifughes, Jr.. 
ftwtor of the South Norfolk Bap- 
tlst Chnr«?h. will offer the g^ninft 
prayei", ' - , 



doldium.s In this area. i xhe following information may ^^j j^^ |^ visitors (among Whem 

Ijbo Hoarty, ctolrman of the Ro-j ^^^^ j^ answer some of the ques- it is emphaslaed^ will be m^gto^i 
tarv Club committee spark-plug- j ^^ freouentlv a*ed about the of the party from the 11 8cft^«m 
King today's visit of the bloodmo-i "™*„ '^^Z^^i. ^thrttv — -' *—'»»•-"- "'♦"" -«•>««»»— 
hlle has enUsted the aid of almost ; Red Cro^s Bloodmobile activity, 
countless looil orgpanteailons and Q. Who can give blood? • 
persons. His conHnlltee has round- ; x. Anyone In good health be- 
ed up school teachers, houi«-j ^^^^^^^ ,^- ^^^ ^^ .^,.g ^j ^^^ .^^ 
wives, businessmen, office worR-t , , „„ „j „„ -.„,.«, 
ers arid Just plain people who have; weighs 110 pounds or more, 
promised to appear at Convention ,Q. Is It harmless? 

. ^...„ ..fl_™ A. If you meet the simple physi- 
cal requlrementii, it's not only 



.states, tool these other MW^tittee 
chalnnen are hard at VMte 

Mrs. Elsie GiUiam, t^m*t^m 
William H. Phllllpg, aft^U^m 
Donald Fantone, apedal aetfrole*, 
and .lack, Wllcter, watertabwieat. 



Center betwe«h 12 noon and ft p.m. 
today to 0\'e their pint of blood 

St*o©l ehlWren in the Bastem'j harmlesw, but palnlesss 
part of the oounty were given "re- j q, how often can one ^e Wood? 
minders" yesterday to take home J ^. Usually not more than four 
to their parente; the fJavy Wives I times a year. 

' ' " Q. Wl»n should women not do- 

nate blood? 

A. Kiring pregnancy, menstrua- 
tton, and *jthln six months after 

Q. Doee a donor experience any 
noticeable effect? 

A. A healthy person should feel 
none. Donating a pint is ctanpar- 
able to an afternoon's exercise. 

Q. How much ^IfxKl is 
body? 



have undertaken to telejAone ev- 
er\-one listed, in the Vltiginla Beach 
directory: the Junior CJvltans have 
been brought Into action; baby 
sitters will be on hand and the 
Rotary committee has an^nged for 
automOfclle.s to deliver anyone in 
the section who needs transporta- 
tion. 

The civilian response to the Bed 
Cross blood l«nk moiiile unit l»s 
been far behind its qnota for a 
long time, the quota Is set be- 
cause of the prohibitive cost of 
mo\ing the traveling laboratory In- s per 
to an outlaying district of the " 
state. 



Call For Talent 
Issued March IS 
By Sandpipers 

The Sandpiper Playhouse, •pe* 

Ing its flnrt lO-week season July * 

at Virginia Bewh, will hold m 

"company call" ai 8 p.m. WeduM- 

dav, March J."*, at the Admfc«ltr 

in the j ij^iior Hotel on Mllitery UigM«ay. 

t All persons lntere»t«i in parti- 

A. .\verage women ha*e about f clpattog. acting, tecnlcal or a^her- 

10 pints; average men. 12 to 13, or | ^-img should write lia^N^er 

per cent of bodv we^rhts, ! piavhouse". Box W14. Vlri^a 

q. sajould . one eat Just before i n^ach, giving full particulai* on 

giving blood? j background, experience tM awaU- 

The need today, accord.ngtor ^^^J^^^ ^^^^ ^j^^ 
Hoarty and VirginTa Beach^rtn- f j^jj^ ^^ upetiallyde.-lgned and amstn*«ed 

", — ■ theatre tent adjacent to the Con- 

vention Cent«". Three «Mferent 
productions iMH be pr i a<n tod 
we^v. Tuestoy tbrou^ teifclK, 
tor a period of Ave weAs, to be 
followed bv thre# new pl^a iw 
the final five week* of tt»e «M|^. 
Plavs and directors wlM be an- 

_^ nounced at the Manrh 15 meetteg< 

Uon 8*>pred tw« memorial res*- 1 along with tryout and rehearaal 
iutlons to two former Vlrtfnla j da«« for each play. 
Beach residents at Its toneheon | Sandpiper playhouse is produoed 
meeting held Wednesday at the by Intent Productions, Inc, re- 
Isle of Capri restaurant.' : cenily f(irm*»d by J6<ieph L. IMS' 
The resolutions, presented by ' den. Wnde Wllliam«. liee Lively. 
j Commonwealth's Attorney R^*rt'A. O. Alexantler and Mayoard 



M10ilttLS OFFERED 
BY BAR ASSOCUnON 

The Vl^nia Beach »ir Aswcia- 



PROCLAMATION 

WHEREAS the oumber of sentor citoeas fai our community 
is increasing as wc^» their stattire of ImportafKe in the i^ they 
play in canimmi^TOfairs. aad, 

WHEREAS goofl visiwi can do more than any other singks 
physical sense to help these cttoeiu continue maUhg gi^t wfttri- 
butions of maturity and exprwKe, awi 

WHEREAS opiometnc research In it«ent years has uncovered 
new and more efficient means «rf aUi^ Vision, 

THEREFORE, be U resolved that Uk Crity of Vilftaia Beach l Lee Slmpwn. were in m^ory «f ( len. This win mark th^mwm 
officially join the TWe^« Cou«iI of ^«ornetry in <Wfc^|^ia;^J|2f Ej^j,. ^^: pn>fe.^^ 
•'&ve Your Vision Week" March 5-11. 1961, to encour^mg tan- 1 •[^"^ oresham died to Hmmry\ .According to the pr<»dtt:«r^. 
ktf citizens to enjoy the fullest life po»ible in their lc|er jware, and | ^^j ^„ ^»ma an-ay ;ta* y«r. 
o spreading the knowledge of wa;^ to ootam^ and improve the i jud^ Or^i«m awWd the bar 
ireat gift of sight throtigh this educational wtivity uiulcr the theme ! tor more Uian « ^S.l"*'n^ 
-c^ \M^^ v««" had served as a Vtrgbaia Be^ 

&e More Years . , i ^^ OoundhMn mui wm ^am»M 

eoonilsiMter of MJCOttSAs at t^ 



FRANK A, DUKM,' 
Mayor 



tiBW ^ fate 4mm, 

Setli rMMWMo* 
mM^y adopleA. 



w«>« iM^ll- 



l>ia\> will be recent Broaih^ 
hits in a Ught and entertyJnb^ 
vein to appeal to vacatioaara awt 
rwiMent* 1^. »MMB tlalMM «4tt 
be wauabte m Urn near fMMi mm 
tkkfta Ibr Indlyidaal pcHWilfmBMi 
wUl alao be a«»U*bie al te«4IUr 
hotel* and mocete at Va. Be. 
during the season. 



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PtQB 2-A 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH % 196! 



MhIp 




irginias Aft 



%tolic Check, Jr. 
Dffeoter, Vfa^^aia Mumub d Ewe Arts 



linoleum Floors 




Wi( cwate Bqchs tb^ distiaiuyi 

|! In, }»)flMb otBett, Aops, 

iwUir Dwi|iMd Uae- 

ama temtt cb^- 

twctioa wlikii BO 

tfatamrt cMi imtdL 

1^ l(ni4i«Bd wrvice, 

«t modi^tete nm<o^ w^^m 

give^yoB aa estioute? . 

J*G* Law&Son 





the TMkmMr hmm 0m*m id At SiMe Mmbooi JiKiftw ^ 
great inaueqpieon ef Ht IB (Im MuRnai's cuBwafat—dw eakaBil 
beA^e (rf id ViqjMnt. HOr it one rf • nda of nddat wUdi fritt 
4peu odi wedi daiint &e Viigiste Munot't 25di BbMqr jrwr. 

SUvcf, Indkm and Tea 



Though 'mor«> common than 
gold,, silver has always been one 
of the most sought after metals 
for Iwiiiehold use. 

In i^We of the enon^us amount 
of sllverwM-e of fine quality nf«8- 
ufaetuped today, it is no tenijpr 
practlQil to hive the individual 
piece designed and made for the 
individual atnsamer. (It is aaid. 
moreover, that there is only one 
coBUT^rciaUy productive allver- 
smith, as opposed to the many 
craftsmen in factories, in the en- 
tire country now, and he ij in Vlr- 
gin»- 

A high point in the production 
of irtlver by »ilver«nith8 in thin 
coufltry came at the end of the 
18th and the ewly part of the 19th 
Centuries when pieccH with a great 
variety of designs were produced 
fOT Individual buyers. This is not 
to>av that the art of the irtlver- 
.•^mlth was essentially of the 18lh 
Cenniry, for It is recorded by no 
l$«s a personage than Captain 
John ISmith that two goldsmiths, 
wno Were also woriters in silver, 
arrived In Virginia la t608. 

;a ^b*pt Sandersoh. wl» catae 
td Mawsachusetts in 1^3. was Uie 
earlleft #IlvenHnith in tjiia coun- 
t»y, ex|mples of who^ work are 
kbowa* today. As car^ as 1600 
Bwto^^l^und it ne^ssary" to reg- 
idate SJjprentlces by a law which 
s^ciff^ "It is therefore ordered 
t^at no* person shaU henceforth 
open la shop in this Towne, nor 
occupy any manufacture of science 
till hee hatth compleated 21 years 
of age, nor except hee hath served 
seven: year« Apprenticeship." IfTjIs 
]j|w j.as^ especially neceasary In 
the c^seil' allversflitths. since they 
often iJ^ed as local batriters as 
Well i.^eraftsmen, and needed tlie 
r^pop.s1bUiiy of &oth training and 
afe. . 

• Thtf first Philideiphla silver- 
sIhilhB were established as early 
at 1W3. "and from that time on 
Fhllaie^hia was on« of the JTiost 
important centers of the craft. A 
member ct an important faiplly 
o| fiilfk'ersmUhs was the malier of 
rtm^ ^i^inia Museum it Vim Art's 
c|eaii|pot, purchased in 1952. 
. Thli was Joseph iRichardson. Jr. 
'(t7Bi2'}S3l). The crtampot is 
marked Jtft twice on the opposite 
corners of the base. Our Jt^eph 



BAYSDMB IVEW« BRI£F$ 






TO* Millar meeting of ttie 
Ladias Au]cliii|ry of the C^a- 
peake Beach Volunteer TW* De- 
pu-bn^nt lac, w«a held Wednes- 
day nteiii* athrtMiry aa at S.-00 p.m. 
at Um Mria* «rf Mra. G. L. Johtwm, 
8r, on Bnuiford Drivtf. Plans were 
cmnpleted lor the iMi^ectM dinner 
and ba^Mur to be hefcl A{»11 22 
from 5^ until 8:00 p.m. at the 
CbeMpMke Beach Community Cen* 
ter. 

Supper tickets will be fl.2$ for 
adults and TSc for children; 

iica. WUHani R. Scott and Mps. 
Jaches Lh Bu-ker were appt^nted 
to imai the meeting of the Ladiea 
AuSdllary Ol he Davis Corner Vol- 
unteer Fire Department March 8 
at which thne Mrs. Boer, a repre- 
sentative from the State AuJiiMary 
AModatkm wlU be the guest 
i^caker. 

roQovlng the buatneci m^Ung 
the ladtea made cancer dresaings 
for the American Cancer Society. 



■loaauMON casAatfov 

was the grandson of Francis l^h- 
ardson who established the faitiily 
business in Philadelphia. His two 
sons, Francis, Jr. and Joseph, were 
trained as silversmiths, but Joseph 
Aichardaon, &■„ inherited his fath- 
er's tools and business provided he 
remain with his mother and carry 
on the work at the shop until he 
was- twenty-one, 

Joseph, Jr. was especially known 
for his Indian medals, but if we 
are to Judge by the Museum's 
creampot, with its urn shape, Its 
high Up and «rap handle, its 
beading on the rim and splayed 
foot, and its square plinth he was 
equally at home with some of the 
most sophisticated ^sdlver foims 
that have ever been made. 

When one reaiiies that such a 
vessel had to be beaten or "raised" 
from a flat disc of silver, the skill 
of the craftsman becomes even 
more astonishinfe. 

DAR HEARS ADDRESS 
BY MRS. CAMPBELL 

known id 1u«*^ circles as Elisa- 
belh A. Campbell, Norfolk author 
of Children's books, reviewed her 
"Nails to Nickels" at th* American 
ULstory Month meeting of Sarah 
Constant Chapter <rf the Daughters 
of the Amertran Revolutton Fri- 
day evening, F%bruary 24th, at the 
home of Mrs. Glenwood Fiacher on 
Heuetie Drive, Camellia Acres, 

In her InfornnuiUve taUt abCMit 
American coins Mrs. Campbell 
drew upon her own coin collec- 
tion, exhibitit^ specimens of the 
coins of preColonial, Colonial and 
modem da^^, and delved into his- 
tory when fn colonial days tobacco, 
tea, nails and even mu^et balls, 
were uaed for money. 

C«rs. Campbell said. "I hope 
these stories will help a child to 
think of a coin as something more 
than a piece of n^tal, ntlier a 
tangible pie(% (H American his- 
tory." 

The spe^er was Introduced by 
Mrs. John F. Beasnon, Jr., Senior 
Vice-Preiddent of the Crovemor 
John Brftich Society CAH. which 
is sponsored by Sarah Con^ot 
Chapter. , ^ 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bcaman Wells, 
Chapter Regent, presided at ttje^ 
meeting, and del«^tes to the State 
Conference wer named; Mrs. Wells, 
delegate and Mrs, J. Edward John- 
son, Alternate. 

Mrs, Johnson gate a portion of 
George Washington's Farewell ad 
li-ess in the Interest of National 
Defense today. 



BA¥«IDE BAPTIST 
CUVBCH WBWB: 

The «*ek March 5 throU|^ 11th 
will be observed as Week of Pray- 
er tor HotQe Mlwlons. The women 
(i the <^urch will lave a meeting 
each morning at the church ^ 
l(WK) a.m. Except Wedne^ay. A 
special Home Mission movie will 
be shown Wednesday night at 
7f45 p.m. Mrs. R. E. SSrley Is 
chairman of this event. 



Ft©! Basgler, and Mrs. J. B. Fay 
TBr. 

Ifce March meeting of the circle 
wlU be held at the home of Mrs. 
Frftd Basgier cm Pleasure House 
Itoad. 



Sunday, iright. March 5, the Nor- 
folk Baprtift Young People wlU 
meet at th4 Bayslde church for a 
'^ingspiratfon". This is ^wnsored 
by the Baptist Student Union of 
William and Mary College. The 
«in^plration" will begin at 8:30 
p.m. and will be followed by re- 
freslanents. 



BILL MACDONALDS 



Blf«»4ECK IK>AD 



Vi. Beach Lumber & Supply Co- 

l^inriMr and Plywood CM to ifaw" 

BepataUe C«MrM^w« aad Carpeams 



Qfi 8-2981 

OKN SATUIDAYS - AU DAY 

HARDWARE-BUILDING MATCHIAfi^ 
Bottor HofiMi and Gardant Ittoa Conlar 

CHECK DRY eLEMMNI BUDGET! 



f 1^ iT. cuy^ia^ 

^MEOAY SiJIVVOI - m diaiic 



YK 
YfS 




Mott RnfMM^ C^fm* U. the Beadi 



MAUDE miLFORD 
GOLDEN CIRCLE MEETS 

The Maude Fulford Golden Clr- 
(^ met Wednesday, February 22 
at IKX) p.m. at the home of Mrs. 
Paul Prtee, Bradford Ave. Follow- 
ii^ the business meeting a game 
party was heW. Members present: 
the dub president, Mrs. Fred Lune- 
ford. Mrs. John West, Mrs. Maude 
Fulford, Mrs. L. Anderson, Mrs. 
Hei-man Oliver, Mrs. P. F. Muel- 
ler, Mrs. B. V. Reynolds, Sr„ .Mrs. 




»CB.DI»TiyCT JtlKUNCJ OP 
ItKWme ODMTBffT HKLD 
AT OCBAN PARK 

The Sub-District judging of the 
Vogue and general sewing cfflntest 
.-iponsorcd each year oy the Vogu? 
Patterns and the Genera^ Federa- 
tion of Women'K Clubs was held at 
the clubroom of the Ocean Park 
Fire Department Thur^^ay, Feb- 
ruary M from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. 
Mrs." Michael Henry, District chair- 
man of the sewing contest and a 
member of the Ocean Park Wom- 
en's Club, was in charge of ar- 
rangements. 

The first place for the student 
contestant was awar^fl to Missy 
Betote who was sportsored by the 
Ocean Park Woman's Club. She is 
a student of Prln<pe» Anne High 
School. 

HonoraWe mention for the stu- 
dent group was given to Betty 
Grace Smith who was sponsored 
by the C^pe Henry Woman's Club. 
She is a student at Virginia Beach 
High School. 

The first place winner for the 

Vogue contest was Mrs. P. H. 

Downs of the Cax'aller Junior 

Woman's Club, Princess Anne 

i CoUnty. 

First place winner for the gen- 
eral sewing contest was Mrs. Mur- 
iel Edwards, Little Creek Wom- 
an's Club. 

Second class winner in general 
sewing contest was Mrs. Gladys 
Allen of Little jCreek Woman's 
Club. 

Third" place winner in general 
sewing contest was .Mrs. Curtis H. 
Gibbs of the Deep Creek Wortian's 
Club. 

The winner In toe Professional 
Class was Mrs. J. Roy Rwiman, 
Portsmouth Junior Woman's Club. 

Judges for the contest were Mrs, 
Elizabeth Deal, Home Demonstra- 
tion Agent for Princess Anne 
County; Miss Gem Thompson. 
Home Demonstration Agent for 
Hampton and Mrs. June Black, 
fashion co-ordinator of Sears Roe- 
buck Cto. 

According to .Mrs. Henry. CTialr- 
man, there were ten Vogue en- 
tries; three student entries from 
the high schools; and twenty en- 
tries in th^ general sewing con- 
test. 



MiMM R04-fl» 

Tlie club donated ^j» to the 
Mttitron. This money was derived 
frem auctioning on packages 
(White elephanta). 

February 15 the club had "A 
Sttey in Court". In co-operation with 
the General Federation of Wom- 
en's Clubs the club visited the Ju- 
venile Court Judge' B. A. Henry^ 
presiding and al^ the Domestic 
relations court, with Judge H. Wor- 
thlngton presiding. Members who 
went to court were: Mrs. N. Hart, 
Mi-s. Gordon Hughson, Mrs. F, D. 
Burnett. Mrs. J. E Powell and Mrs. 
Carolyn BUlolt. 

Luke Vt<4r Shores Woiwm's Clab 
WAA* Ingram Meetteg' 

The Lake View Shores Woman's 
Club held a Progi-am meeting 
Wednesday night, February M at 
Shelton Park School. 

.Mr. Tom Sully, assistant Trust 
Officer of tfie National ftink of 
Commerce talked to the club on 
"Wills". The prc^ram was ar- 
ranged by Mrs. Shirley Baum, pro- 
gram chalimiin. 

A aocial hour followed the pro- 
gram. The president, Mrs. J. E. 
Stout, presided. 



Mtn. 



WlOi 



«»sr.&ll.eil00» 



-Zoar «og^ teaOi. aU 42 o( 
Iton. tatoire a^eerttttn amount 
# aipb <ar «iifla ««n^ tio^Ua 
ft can Iw serkMui. Cte* 
your vetoinariatt 

^ ^^^^ te txA w o^ < » Mi 
Iwiftftk 7Ms always tnvol^mi a 
«i^dB, ajammt c^ lisk, e^pe* 
tiaUjr «AHa Ihe dog Is old. 

I^fft te(^ are wblset t» 
iraw «f the aame problami as 
CMOi Ha am 1»a^ a tB<^ in a 




&tectkM m nutrittonal de* 

^ la^ KM (9«ii tha door to 
<B^ < J^art sf &IA offlect and 

insato V|i9fifl0r tsoaue. 

Cnsns agiilit <myiHi^> tiu 
Usl^m teNi^ffifti aad lepto. 
i^^ils \^ iavijq; fva pupsar 
ynq»^ lomimls^ 'W||ea Itf a 
tina & tta bahjr te^ to im 
oa^ ^m Urn a lai^ non* 
mp'^sdam^^ iKme to cheir &u 
I3ib «HU tm ki»dc the babjr 
teMi (Wt and taaka way its 
€i« i^^ t^fhto grov In pro{t« 
aeBr. 

C&M^ OA a bone w]]l alia 
i^ W&Kaga ^finrtwa «i3 
lUt iMfea B Maatfm j^ t Mtar juji 

lemiMs, may ^ear awa^ 

dog biscuits su(& aa 

i.«dbsB4al^r eUlut jui 

w snrsfd. will Mfva 

: ^^^ne puippsv aa 

TMhymx ^t^faiarlan check 
f^g'a te«^ and leiwtt 
Mt«r at hast orm a ^lur 
, ^Hi take your pet fm Ills 
l,che(^ vm, Qim^ bad 
1^ ne^HOle ^setolng 
VM laatt^ iiM^te pttiUbto 
wHm tsoidrite and (^O tsa' fen* 
tu^kf^ atteflMM. U a m'eltt^ 
swatm under <s behind y«ff 
iG^a m^ or alonf die knr« 

rr # ff be salivates attentfve. 
tmA has a pow ai^etite, it 
nu nMtt an ata^w at the 
must «i a t^b. U iMglcetnl, It 
mv n^ima to tib mMde er 
^^n to adJuMtt tbrne and 

A doc miy vMtapa ^iMS M 
kas a tMri^w^ bnt t^a^ 
itfsiiptoyMt towa^f«d@s 
flC ttwble wd atit ftomf^. 





Bajside Jaalor Woman** Clab 
8p4nu«m« Tea BloodmobUeii 
Daring Year 

The Bayside Junior Woman's 
Club met Monday night February 
20 at 8 p.m. in the Social Hall of 
the Christian Church on Grcenwell 
Road . 

According to Mrs. R. LI Bailey, 
public welfare choiirman, the club 
has £o-spon«)red ten Bloodmobiles 
during the year with the Chesa- 
peake Beach Woman's dub. Tlwjse 
assisting at the, Bloodmobile which 
was held Monday, FebriMiry 20 at 
the Gaitor Club Little Creek Am- 
phibious Ba,se were: Mrs, J. E. 
Powell, Mrs. T. D. Burnett, Mrs. 
Carolyn Elliott and Mrs. R. L. 
Bailey, 13« pints were taken. 



J. J. Naaia Honmred 
Miscellaneom ^M>wer 

iMrs. J. J. Nania was honored 
with a , Miscellaneoua Shower 
Wednesday night, Februtiy 22, at 
the home of Mrs. Harry Hunt, 416 
Burleigh Avenue. Twenty-two em- 
ployees of the Wards Corner 
Branch of the Seaboard Citi»ns 
Bank were guests. 

LMrs. Nania, before her recent 
marriage to Lt. J. J. Nanta, of the 
USN was Mrs, Ro^ Ronuino, 
daughter of .Mrs. J. A. Bibla of 
Lake View Drive, Bayside, Va. 



BAYLAKE MKTHODWT 
CHI BCH NEWS: 

Sunday 11:00 a.m., March 5. Dr. 
J. S. Johnston, Norfolk District 
Superintendent of the Metiiodiut 
Church will be guest ,8p«d£er. 

At 7M p.m. March 5, a conclad- 
Ir^ s^ion on church study of Al- 
colhlsm will be held. The subject 
for discussion will be Christian 
rei^onsibiltty. ' 



Commis- 
meet at 



Tu^day Jilarch 7, the 
sion on Worrfiip will 
8.-00 p.m. * • 

Thuraday, March 9, at 7r30 p.m 
The Sunday School Workers Con 
ference will be held. 



Vets Official Here 
Week from T<rfay 

f . A. M^re. sUrte nerrt* ttttl- 
ctp for v^rana and their iur^v- 
MS, will ssaist pUents, without 
eterge n«rt Thiwiri^By at rt« Vir- 
ginia Beach Conwntion Crtiter be- 
tween 8:^ and Mm iJtt, 

Moore emphaslEM the change in 
hours of his visit here. Previously, 
iMe visiting location and ti»f day* 
monthly (the second and fourth 
Thurs^ysJ. were the same. Now 
Moore ha« chai^d fnsn the for- 
mer hou™ of 12 noon until 2 p.ra. 
He warns that anyone not in the 
building to make ap^in^nwH 
prtor 16 1130 w4U mA be servtei^i 
irfnce he is conrmiWed to other 
clients In Norfolk In tJfe afternoon. 

Moore's office In Norfolk is lo- 
cated at am .McKevltt Building. 
203 Citv HaH Avenue, triephoae 
MAa-flWl, . ' . 

liVNNHAVKN CLUB 
TO MKBT TllS»DAY 

The Lynnhaven Garden Club 
win h«Te its monthly meeting 
March 7 at 130 at the Lynnhaven 
Presbyterian Church. The speaker 
will be Mrs. Harry E. Blllups, the 
program beip| "Maes Arrange- 
ments". 

The hostesses will be Mrs. Dean 
Potter^ Mrs. John Potter, and Mrs. 
W. C. PoweU. 



George Sander and Mrs. L. Bmith 
left . .Monday, Februaiy 27 for a 
vacation in Florida. 
PETITIOiW AGAINHT KKCBNTLy 
PAfBEO DOG Oia>L\ANiK 

^me of the Bayside area resi- 
dra^ are di^ufatting a petition 
$gidoa, tile recently passed dog 
ontoieace in Princess Anne Coun- 
ty. They feel that an mltial warn- 
ing should be given to owners of 
licensed dogs which are pddced up 
and that a fixed fine of not more 
than $2.50 /*ould be leavled. The 
recently passed dog ordinance 
state.s that a mixUnum penalty of 
30 days be given to offender and 
U9 to ^00 fine can be levied. 
^tber or both. 







ADMIRAL 

sTORAGi a iSMitM eeiv. 
GA8-936i 

local and Long Dittai^ tAfWktu 

Storaf^ - PKking and Crating 

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Highlites Of Ten Pin Bowling 



tAWky Strike* won 3 point* wtr 
AJtov BiMtem. 

Alley Cats *on 4 ptn. over Block 
Buflteru. 

Scorpton« won 3 pin. over B9ur 

riylng Pin Heads won 4 points 

over The Loafers. 
Gutter Guy« tied the Falcons 
Gary Hannaford rolled the hl^ 

game totlay with aa even 200. 

P^lee ' A. Flreniea't hmgu* 

Ckiurthouse Service Centei* tied 
C. F. Kada« O). 

P.OJ*. won 3 ptM. over Davit 
comer fay 

Lynnhaven Const, woo 4 polntti 
over Cities Servkw Oil Co. 

Va. Beach No. 3 n-on 4 ptrtMB 
by Forfeit. 

Blackwater .Vo. 2 won 3 points 
over Blaok water No. I. 

V«. Beaob Fire I>ept.*v<m 3 pta. 
over Krauss Const. 

Don Marshall had high game, 
231. 



Pioneer Mlxe4 Leamie 

Southern Materials won 4 pta. 
over ^ 

Hogge .Motors won 21 points 
over Carter Con«t. 

l\)imac Const, won 4 poiiMs over 
Va. Gift Shop. 

Klly.son Atlantic tied Brooks- 
Shorter. 

Nl«>n Electric won 4 pta. over 
Lucky Strikes- 

Windy &ny»or was high for the 
men with a 218 game and 581 set. 
Doris Schauttett led the latUes with 
a :KK> game and 513 set. 



Tneater, Feta^ywy St 

Do-Nuts won 3 points ovw Pin 
Bu^erfl. 

C^iieltem won 4 pta. over Jellv 
Rolls., 

Blrdneekers won 4 ptn. over 
Horse Shoe GlrH, 

Lequltta I^allette won her first 
"200" pin by rolling a 2n game, 
LiOu Cashmin did some outstand- 
ing bowling that helps proye wom- 
en can bowl as well a* ihf men. 
iiook 'at thii ptm^ .set, i79-lfl- 
174— 624. 



?f . A, A. Oeeuui League 

"RionipstMi's Amoco won 4 points 
o*er Corsairs. 

Phantoms won 3 ptg. over Isle 
Trf CapH. . 

Demons won 4 points, ovw BiU'g 
Sui»>co. 

Hellcats won 4 polBts over Dll- 
bert Dunkera. 

Jets tied Skyrays. 

Crusaders won 3 pta. over Belx). 

PfB Fall Leagne 

^Fta Servl<» Shop won 3 pta. 
over Team No. 1. 

Clartt Chevrokt won 4 point* 
jver Steh- Masonry. 

Team No. 6 won 3 points over 

Kelly Supply won 3 points over 
Golden Dragon. 

Wedneadsjr, February SS 

P. A. Lrfidies Leagae 

Buddy's Texaco won 4 pts. over 
Isle of Capri. 

Village Inn tied Team No. 3. 

Grlmstead'is Mat*et won 3 points 
over Team No. 4. 

Speed Wash won 4 points over 
Ervln's T^am. 




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Tcnrn and Coaatjr Ijidles l>eag«e 

Iteach Travel Service won 3 pts. 
over Atlantic Fuel OH. 

^rr'fl Pharmacy won 3 points 
over Marie's Hair Styling. 

Oceana Beauty Shop won 3 pte. 
over Holsum Bread. 

D. E. Bonney & Co, won 4 pU. 
over Allstate Gonst. 

Denton'."* Gifts won 3 pM. over 
Oceana Curb Market. 



li^ursday. Febrnarr ** 
P. A. High Hcbool Men's Faculty 

Team No. 3 won 3 points over 
T^m No. 6. 

Bowlers won 3 points over Old 
F\>lks. 

Cavaliers won 3 pts. over Che- 
marts. 

■rhttFsAiy NIte Ladles 

The GuKslers won 4 polntu over 
Team No. I. ? 

Clark Chevrolet won 3 points 
ovw Kelly's Texaco. 

Krauts Const, won 4 points over 
treading Beauty Salon. 

TMim No. 6 won 4 points over 
Beacfi Blvd. Market, 

Beauty Box tied Ingram Phar- 
macy. 

Mary Hammett rolled high game 
and set for this league, 201 game 
and 508 sei. 



Ball & ChalK Leagae 

Kadas Team won 4 pts, over 
Amundstm Team. 

BernarjJ Team won 4 points over 
Burgav Team. 

Huenerberg Team tied Jdhnso^ 
Team. 

Ambum Team won 3 pts, over 
Hall Tearti. 

Jjongahecker Team won 2i pts 
over Santivasci Team. 

Doyle T^m won 4 points over 
Trelohler Team. 

PriaeeKs Anae Sahorhan 
' Bargain Baeaar w<m 3 pts. over 
Admiralty Motel. 

Alley Cats won 3 points over 
Grumman Tigers. 
, Aereps won 4 points over Agee 
"Team. 

Mary Jane Dread won 3 points 
over Beach Travel Service, s^ 

Anchor Realty won 3 pts. over 
T<Squares. • 

FrUkiir, Fehraarf t* 

Plncurlers tied Gayblades. 
- May Dayes won 4 points OVW 
Slo Balls. 

Plnspinners won 4 points over 
Alley Cats, 

Friday NUe Mixed 

Team No. 13 won 3 points over 
T^m No. 4, 

Team No. 11 won 3 points over 
AllstaAe Ins. 

Borne and Son won 4 points over 
Be^ley Atlantic. 

Oceana Drup won 4 pts. over 
Team No, 14. 

<^n%on UoliM> CM, won 4 paints 
oKw- Langhome Ins. 

Ting's RMtaiH^nt Ued Ten-L- 
Moblle Homes. 

JUNIOR itOVrLERS 
CONTINUE PROGRESS 

Our Junior League Bowlers, here 
at Plasa Bowl In Pi-lnoeas Anne 
Plaza, .once again hold their heads 
hl^. \ 

This week our Dick McClannan, 
a student of KemiMfvllle Jr. High 
rolled a 170 game, keeping his 
team the Alley Aces, in first place. 

Speaking of Progress — our 10- 
year-old Su.san Cavender of Thalia 
Elementary School, who has lieen 
bowling only a few shotr weeks, 
rolled a 138 boosting her team, the 
Strikers, to sixth position. 

We are hl^ly pleased with the 
continuing increase of Parents 
each week, coming in ' to cheer 
their children jpn, #nd to see the 
Parents Joining tlielr children in 
bowling, in our Mother and 
Daughter, Father and Spn L^gue, 
each Sunday. 

Here are the High Junior Scores: 

A Divislon-^Buddy Mitchell, 155 
and "Susan Carendw*, ia». 

B Division— Geor^ Smtth, 188 
and Sandra Benison, 138. 

C Division— Bill Ashley,' 2K a«d 
Llmla Hubbert, !■«. 

D Division— -Dick - MoCiannan, 
170 and Pam Stokes/Bev Newman, 
139. 

E Division — larry Price, 168; 
and Donna Comett, ISO. 



Tenpin Tips and Tidbits 



By HANK HICKEf 

The game of tenpin bowlhig is 
now going through a vwy he«Qy^ 
stage of development. The National 
Professional Bowling L e a tg u e 
BhoWri Hlgns of getting off the 
groiind an beooming a reality 
within a year. 
Franchises hav<' 
been let in cltlc-' 
like Birmingham, 
Dall»s, Minneap- 
olis, Miami, Oma- 
ha, Ft. Worth. 
Los AngeleK,'"- 
New York, Chi( 
ago, San Anto 
nio, and Kansas 
City, Fred Hiccll 
11 was the first ^ 




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was 
star, to ..sign on 
the dotted line, 
with Steve Nagy 
next coming Into the fold. And It 
has been rumored that one of that 
one of the top stara <rf the ^me 



Recreation 
Results 



'AMW'Aga Ohrls 
Team Won Ijost 

1. Va. Beach Sentora — ? 

2. Creeds 4 2 

3. Va. Beach Juniors .... 4 2 

4. Aragona 3 4 

.5, Woodstock 1 8 

8. Diamond Spring , 6 

Games Hchednlrd — March 4 

Chesapeake Beach vs. Woodstock 
2K)0 p.m. at Kemjwville. 

Kempsville vs. Va. Beach Jrs., 
3:00 p.m., at KenqjsvUle 
■ Va. Beach eSniors vs. Aragona. 
4.'00 p.m., at Ken^wville. 

Creeds vs. Diamond Sprini^. 
5:00 p.m. at KempsvUle. 
Bmalts— f ebraarr 25, 1981 

Woodstock 27, Diamond Springs 
19. 

Va. Beach Juniors 25, Aragmi 
20. 

Va. Beach Seniors 31. Creecte n. 



Mld^ Leagae 

Team Wcm lost 

Woodstock ...... ^.... « 1 

2. Slielton Park . , . .' « 1 

3. KrtWJSvUle 6 % 

4. Thafla 2 4 

5. Flying Tigers .1 6 

6. Junior Dolphins 6 

Gamnt Schedaled— March 4, IWl 

Shelton Park vs. Kemprrille, 
9«0 a.m. 

Thalia vs. Woodstock. 10 tjn. 

Junior Dolphins va Flying Tig- 
ers, 11 a.m. 

All games 'to be plaj^ at Prin- 
cess Anne High SdiooL 
ReMilt»~>Febraiar3r 2S, IMl 

Shelt<m Park ^.Flying Tigera 
4. 

KempBville 21, •Rwila X9, 

Wooda^odc 45. Junior Dolphins 
4. 



IMennedlate Lsagae 
Team Won l«ost 

1. Kempsville 6 

2. mrts 6 

3. AVagona ... 1 — . — 6 1: 

4. Woodstock 4 3 

5. Oayslde 4 3 

'6. Dolphin? a 8 

7. Shelton Parte ......... I 4 

8. Thalia 5 

9. Falcons 6 

Games Schedaied— Marcli 4 

All games to be played at Prin- 
cess Anne High School. 

Kempsville vs. Shelton f%itk, 
9H)0 a.m. ' 

Aragona vs. Darts, 10 ajn. 

Woodstock vs. Thalia, 11 aJn. 

Dolphins vs. Falcons, 12 noon. 
Re«ialt»— Febmary 2S 

Darts 25. Shelton Park 8. 

Woodstock 28, Dolphins 16. 

Kemi^viUe 48,' l^lcons 12 

Bayside 27, Thalia 12. 



has been offered 11,000 per week 
and a cut of the gate receipts to 
sign. 

The P®L could easily be the 
greatest bo<»t to this sport in the 
past 50 years, with future possibil- 
ities unlimited. In comparison to 
baseball, football and other spores, 
it would be the major league; a 
goal for which aspiring young 
bowlers would shoot. Handicap 
leagues would be the sandiot 
c^allbre of competition, with scratch 
leagues and traveling leapw«i»ro» 
vlding the AA and AAA comfpetl- 
tlon In tlie chain. More intCTest 
win undoubtedly be shown to- 
wards top-eallbre bowling with V 
advent of more publicized matchi 
and m greater number. Jtfore po8» 
sifoilKles wiil be <^ered to tiie 
young bowlers who decides upon 
making it a career. Wiiere the top 
stars are now older than m<Mrt 
athletes In their prime, a new and 
younger crop of tenpin toppters 
win goon emerge. It must be re- 
membered that moMt of the pres- 
ent champions are somewhat oXAer 
than mo.<(t athletes because bowl- 
ing did not enjoy the prestige and 
social acceptance it has attained 
In recent years. With the bowUng 
centers now a focal point of youth- 
ful social activity, It Is oonceivable 
that stare of the calibre of Cartel, 
Bluth, Clause, etc., will develop In 
their early twenties or even their 
late teens. And as more motwy 1,? 
offered to a greater number of 
bowlers as a reward for greatness, 
profeMtonal traseball or football 
may run a close second to bowling 
as a career. What young athlete 
would care to chase a spherical 
object around a sun-heated ball 
park or risk getting his teeth re- 
adjusted on the gridiron when he 
could ntake just as much money 
gently stroking a maple lane with 
a le-pound ball in an alr.«ondi- 
tioned-club - like atmospliere? It 
stands' to reason tliat bowling Is 
on the move and the National 
Professtortal Bowling League has 
provided the Initial impetus. 

DH> YOU KNOW ... that writ- 
ten records of the year 300 A J5. 
give as the origin of bowling the 
monasteries of Continental Eur- 
ope where it was part of a reli- 
gious ritual. In thvse days peas- 
ants always carried a dub as a 
w^pon of offense or defense, ev- 
en when visiting the prirat for 
confession. The priests. In an ef- 
fort to dramatize and develop a 
vijnial Jellgtous ceremony, told the 
pea^nt that his club re{»%sented 
the devlU the heathen, or his 
eneriiy. Club was stood in a cor- 
ner, the peasant rolled a large 
stone or ball at it and if he was 
succes^ul in hitting it, he was 
praised; should he fail, he wt^ In- 
structed to lead a bettar .life and 
return the next week. . 

Priests became intrigued with 
the Idea of hitting the club or 
"ktel" th«nselves. Tliey took 
turns: student priests watching 
were intrigued, tried their skill 
and soon challenged the priests in- 
to what became the first two-team 
tournaments. Nobility, aristocracy 
and landed gentry were next to 
take up this form of recreation. 



Keeping Fit In Today^s World 




John Vk> 



GKUCO Mixed I^bJPIb I^eagoe ' 

Titans took 3 gMt^s from the 
Hawks, with Harry DeNamur roll- 
ing a high game of 200, with a set 
of SI 6. 

Snarks took 2 games from 
Giants, thanks to Don Tiedemann 
rolling a 178 pmte and a set of 
«4. 

Masders look 2 ^n^ from 
Eag le.« when V. Tonwr rolled his 
high game of 1^ aftd Sam Morri- 
son's high set of 517. 

Standing as of Fel>ruary ^ are; 

1, Titan.^ 16 4 

2. Eagles .....14 6 

3, Snarks 14 8 

4. Giants 10 10 

6. Hawks 4 16 

e. Masters 2 18 

Plata Bowl% Maday Night Coaptos 
Ray Wtejn bowlli^ on the Real 
McCoys, banged out a »4, helping 
hltf team to More a TOT team game 
and a 19te team series. 

Don Schaefer also top^i^ the 
ten pins ^fery well, hHtii^ a 2<» 
high ^me and 544 ^r*^, helping 
his team to take 4 points. 

For the women we were ^d 
to see Kathy Fink finally bowl a 
200 ^une. Kathy has t^en tiying 
very hard for weAs now coning 
close time and time i^fn #lth 
scores in the 180's, so tMs Sunday 
we were very proud, to #ve her a 
tfopijy for her Wl gwtee. t^ rea- 
son we wereartrabap^jtorKrthy 
1« slie is p>ing to Iw a Mother stwn 
and only has a few mm* weeks 
xuam to bowl brton ura are with- 
out her ehatmlnf pnumtLWy && 
Ae laoM. 



jBiUor I^eagae > 

I.London Brl^e ....... 6 1 

2. Aragona 6 1 

3. Diamond Springs ..... 6 1 

4. Woodstock 3 4 

^Kempsville 4 3 

«. Wildcats . . 2 5 

7. Oie^rpeake Beach .... 1 6 

8. iRaingera 7 

GaaMs Scfaedakd— MarcA 4, tMl 

All games to l>e played at 
Kemfttville, 

London Bric^ vs.^ Raingers, 
9.D0 a.m, 

Wood£took vs. Kempsville, 10 
a.m. 

Amgona vs. Che^peake Beach, 
IIKX) a.m. 

Diamond Springs vs. Wildcats, 
12 noon. 



Char^ Leagae 

Team Won Lost 

1. Kempsville Baptist ... 7 1 

2, Aragona 6 2 

3: Foundry Methodist .... 5 3 

^. JVCIirpBV 1 lie iaafffcHwara* o © 

5. Oak Grove . , 2 6 

6. Chesape^e Beach 1 7 

Games Srbedaled— Mardi 4 

Ara^na vs. Kempsville Com- 
munity Methodist, 6:45 p.m. 

Foundry, Methodist vs. Chesa- 
peake Beach, 7:46 p.m. 

<tek Grove Baptist vs. Kemps- 
ville Baptist, 8H3 pjn. 

All games to be played at 
Kemi»vllle. 
Besnlts— F^ta-aary 14 

Aragona SO, Oak Grove Baptist 
^. 

I^mpavUle ^ CfaesHpMfai ^^udi 

n. 

Foundrv Methodist 56, Kemps- 
vIHe Comin. Methodle*. 24. 



The winners of the foui sho<rt- 
big Gont«st for the six afternoon 
playgrounds were as follows: 

«h Grade— Tbm BanfleW, Shel- 
ton Park, 10 out of 25, 

5th Or%||t— Curtis Kemp, Thalia, 
14 out of to. 

«th Ora<te--<BlHy Calfee, Shel- 
ton Park, M out of ». 

?th Grade— -Kenny Ne^jenfleld, 
Thalia, » out of m 

mh Graete — Tn:^ NwrtUe, 
Shaltm fMt. U out sC ai. 



TE^«»©J TIPS ... To enhance 
the chance of picking up any 
spare involving more than one 
dirfectlon from which the ball 
should approach the pina that will 
reduce the chances of chopping or 
"cherry picking." For example, 
how miany times have you had a 
6-10 leave and proved your ex- 
treme accura<y by pldclng off only 
tiM S-irfn? Or the 5-9 and left the 
9? None of us could purposely be 
so precise; we are simply not mak- 
ing use of the best possible angle. 

To reduce the possibility of 
chopping one .pin in these or sim- 
ilar situations, it is best* to shoot 
from an angle that will, Insofar 
as the approach ai'ea allows, place 
both pins in a straight line with 
the release point. In other words. 
If you could move far enou|^ to 
the left ®o that the 5-ptn and 9- 
pln were In a straight line from 
the spot where the ball Is placed 
down, then It would be impossible 
for the ball to pick off the 5-pln 
If hit flush. Of course, anything 
other than a fltish hit will cause 
defl«rtion and a miss of the 9-pln. 
Therefore, the intermediate point 
Is where the two pins appear to 
be most nearly toi^chlng each otti- 
er when viewed from the point of 
release. ITjis is the optimum angle 
because a solid hU of the 5-pin^ 
will ai»> carry the 9-pin; a slight 
deviation to the left will cause the 
5-pin to take out the 9pln, and a 
devjatlon to the right will result 
In the ball carrying the 9-pki. This 
•best angle' applies to any spare 
combination. Before shooting, took 
the situ a tio n over carefully and 
simply Mk ^urself what angle 
of approach will best enable the 
ball to make contact with all pins, 
or will cause the pins stniek to 
carry the others. 



THOTJGHEfnPOl, TOPICS— Some- 
one asked what w^ meant by 
the terms "fWt", "dead" and 
"working" tails. This can best be 
answered by explaining one of the 
requirements of tenpin bowling 
that mak^ H diffei^nt from simi- 
lar games. In some forms of bowl- 
ing, cMily ball speed and dliectton 
are nece^iNiry; In tenpin bowling, a 
third dimension is added — proper 
ball spin. . 

The optimum thrown t»ill arrives 
at the 1.3 pocket (for right-hand- 
ers) travelling In a direction to 
war^ the 5-pln, or kingpin. In 
other words. It appmach^ from 
the right and Is moving towards 
the left. This always ensures carry- 
ing the troublesome kingpin. A ball 
that Approaches troxa this direc- 
tion and Is also Boiling In this dl- 
reotion is knmto as a "flat" tall. 
If tt makes a perfect pocket hit, 
a iMke may result; l iewaver , dace 
tt has no via but la 4i^r roU- 



How would you like to find thef 
relaxation of fishing In the mid- 
dle of your working day, or find 
your "Shangri-La" in the midst of 
your problems? it Is not black 
magic nor do 
I mfgmx yhu 
get intoxicated. 
These things are 
all possible If you 
can learn to re- 
lax. If you can 
lean back this 
minute, close 
your eyes and 
drop off to sleep; 
if you can wake 
up ten or fifteen 
minute later 
alert and re- 
freshed, you are 
the one In a miUton who can skip 
this article. 

How aad Wheni 
• "Most likely you are tense even 
as you read this. You work hard, 
you play hard, and if it ever oc- 
curs to jrou that you may be rac- 
ing your engine too steadily, yon 
c6n.sole yourself with the thought 
that tension is a necessary part of 
'modem living. It la a generally 
accepted medical fact that people 
who know how to relax have a 
definite advantage over those who 
stay tonse and wound up all the 
thne. There has been a great deal 
written and said about relaxing. 
Some of the sujafestlons have been 
impossible to foltow and others 
ridiculous. There is a time to relax 
and a time to werry, the Import- 
ant thing is to know how to relax 
as well as when to relax. 

Dr. Jacobson descrfbes it in this 
manner. Relaxation Isn't something 
that you do. It's something that 
happen.s when you stop doing 
something else. 'After you learn to 
relax groups of your muscles, you 
can practice wherever you are; 
namely, sitting In a chair, reading 
or even writing. His prhnary aim 
In this kind of partal relaxation, 
which he calls differential relaxa- 
tton. is what the golf pro instructs 
vou to do. The pro who Insists 
that you relax means that you 
should relax all muscles not direct- 
ly Involved In driving the ball. It's 
the mark of the beginner in any 
sport to tense all of his mtiscles. 
thus causing them to work against 
one another. 

The Same Tenskms 
Ehnotions can tense your mv»- 
cles, too. Tests have shown that 
students who try too hard to solve 
problems unconsctously tense 
their muscles and consequently 
tire themselves out Nervlous ten- 
sion is, in effectt muscular ten- 
sion, for the nerves are no more 
than oonmiimicatlon lines between 
the brain and the mu«:l^ or body 
organs. When tense, a nerve is 
holding a muscl* In ^adlness for 
action. The muscles of the body, 
like a hdlr tr^ger. are set into ac- 
tion by the slightest physical mo- 
tivation. Thus, if you are startled 
when tense, you may leap out at 
your chair: you are, quite literally, 
"Jump". If you remain in such a 
state long enough, the tonsiop can 
exhaust your nerves, stiffen^ your 
muscles and strain your heart, t 
can, quite lltwally, "jump" you 
into your grave. In the interest of 
plain survival, you must relax 
from time to tlnke. The best time 
to relax always occurs when you 
are m<wt tense. The feat w^uld be^ 
impossible without a system you 
had developed at a time when you 
were better able to relax. 
Siiaple Rales 
Dramatic results can he realized 
from these very simple relaxation 
practices: 

1. Turn off your thought and 
emotions for one mlmito on the 
hour and before and after hnport- 
tant sessions every day. 

2. Nap for twenty minutes after 
lunch. 

3. The room In which you relax 
|hould be quiet and dark. 

4. Lie down. If possible; otlwr- 
wise, sit back in your chair, chin 
on chest, feet on stool or desk. 

5. Practice "rhjrthm breathing". 
Inhale softly, effortlessly, deeply; 
then exhale easily ,^eadlly. Make 
it ong. Then reax, extending the 
exhale after the lun|^ are empty. 
The key to the whole process Is to 
make your breathing a rhythmic, 
three-coimt action: Inhale, exhale 
and relax. 

6. Concentrate on your breathing 
process, turning off all other 



thoui^. 

7. Instnict yourself audibly.- thtia 
Increasing yow power of ooncen- 
tratton. 

8. Shut out all sthttoH. Once thla 
skill Is l^med, you can jn-actlce 
a full program of rhythm breath- 
ing and relaxation of face, head, 
arms, shoulders, cheat, abdomen, 
small of the back, legs, eyes and 
throat, one by one. 

8(4axatlMi A Mmst 

This is self-induced muscular 
relaxation. Thte method properly 
applied will ceaaa mental effort. It 
will stop thought ami en^Hton. 

Hie hard-driving businessnun 
must posses this fpift — ^to relax un- 
der fire. With mental strains light- 
ened and emotional conflicts mel- 
lowed, you can msc the stmtn on 
your heart, prevent overexpendl- 
ture of ner\'lou8 energy, and gain 
creative silence and composure in 
the mldest of confusion. 

You wiU feel bettor havli^ taken 
advantage of these datty vacatkaia 
ftom tonskm. 



l^e United States Naval Aca- 
demy at Annapolis, Md., 'is a 
school maintained by Uie Govern- 
ment to educate, train, and pre{Mre 
young men for the naval service 
as cfricers. It was founded hi 184S 
by George Bancroft, the first Sec- 
retary of the Navy. During the 
Civil War It was moved to New- 
port, RJ., until the end of the war 
when it was returned to Annapo- 
lis. 



BmHiRgLe^ 

ARtdMKM^ Etectile emO^fm 
to dominate play .hi .^ ^M 
rotti^ Their four fstat iMtMMt 
the eq^ewH «f H^ga MMfr iXtap 
pany gavt Qmm a two^i^ mA 
over the C * F Tel. Oo, 

In tfta Haal threa wmtat, «f m- 
tion the Stoetrte nwtt ii»a tew o( 
the four ekwMt challenfefi. firat 
Sandln- Seafood. tlMU the Tete- 
pbone nwn and finally on the last 
nl^ the always battlhig Va. 
B«Kb Marine five. 

H]|^ game was taietfi this #eA 
by VMt. IMokena with a OOTMa*" 
dous 241. 

Le^pw a i aa df ag s 

Won Loet 

1. Smith<Kc«ic 1ft S 

2. C * P T^L Ok 17 f 

3. Hott ^Ick 1« 8 

4. Sandler Seafoods 1$ S 

5. V. B. Marine ^les 18 H 

6. Nat, Bank of Comm. 10 14 

7. Hogge Mtrtor Oo. ff IS 

8. OMrtM Motor Oi. 9 IS 

9. Fh^one "50(r 7 IT 

10. P. A. Purt ai S 30 

TMP TStf 

il. Dick DIckeitt WTt 

& Lutlwr Mills 5« 

3. GH Keene sm 

4. Herman Casey . . ..... 01^ 

5. EllkJtt Williams , S^i 

«. Don Schaefer «4 

7. Nell &>uebar S14 

8. Gene Vi^ia MS 

9. Tom Moore — SOQf 
10. torn CJoagrove SOS 



ing. more often than not It leaves 
one or more pins, ^w many 
times have you heard someone 
compaln about "bursring" one In 
the pocket, only to leave a pin 
standing? The aiMwer Is simple: 
they rolled a "flat" baU. * 

"Hie type of ball all bowlers 
strivfe to perfect is the "working 
ball. This partk:ular hall arrives 
at the 1-3 pocket from the aame 
dh-ectlon as the "flat" tall, and It 
te also tmveling in the direction 
of the S-frfn. But there is one dif- 
ference and this Is the most im- 
portant difference In tlM ^ane of 
tenpins. The wwking tall is spin- 
ning hi the direeUon df the 10- 
Phi! In effect. R Is still "digging" 
towards the left and causes more 
pin action tacause <rf the extra 
three^Ilmenslonar spin. 

The next time you aee someone 
^ what ywi oonsMer a 'lucky' 
strike, check the haU acttcm be- 
fore you volM a dw«^tory opln- 
ton. Conversely, when you bury 
one In the pocket and the 10-pth 
seems glued upr^t. check your 
own deHvery. 

A "(tead" taU Is one that has 
very little nmtact irtth the lane 
along Its direction of spin. This 
usually r^lts ffom rel^slng tta 
tall with tta fingers forward. In- 
stead of the. thumb, Hie tall spins 
along the lane with a boriaontal 
motton; since only a small portion 
of Its surface is in ^otact irtth 
tta la^. It to easily 4«M«Md aM 
provitte no pin aettM^ Uw 4^ 




Iff thmiy. affielaitf, ttka onty 
corn fibre .can be. Has 
iino<Hh, straight hondle. AAuitt* 
stitched for long «»h4ca. Sova 
52c during eur lug serial 



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dr)«ng. 



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At thfo krar pik» y9^ wMt 
tavarai for h^ and oari Hc« 
prafocutad bufti, 3-way M^fch 
and rannovobla and cap. Shir- 
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youn mnd 



Ribbad iMtol to^ b« Iwihhrr 
lock laip. Good qualily Mbk 
rollsr wHh th^ hmdia. (Ma 
with oil or weMr-«riMdjKMt. 
twHt affidtalt. 1^ iMNi^in. 




A<^Mti to lat child stand er 
sit; walk in and out. Has 
iofaty strop padded seat and 
bock. Evan a "steering wheel." 
Folds fiat for aasy compact 
stofoga. 



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con find thaini ni^^ ptfffons, 
pins, scraw^ ru^ar bonds, 
ate. Ifs CMnpact, l^htwaight 
ond shatMr-{»roef. ^ockaNa. 



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yaort of sarvka. N<mm beltw 
for saopping off aMtd and 
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441 Rwvte Pcwp Sffety Every SeMon 



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1«79 



WittlB ee«at]r-<-<SJM pw a«B«B. 

fDITOBIAUY SPEAKING 



Smhact^pltoi Mtoa ^ n«tt 



National 4-H Club W«ek 



Princess Anne young people — 570 
strong-begin Saturday to celebrate Nation- 
al 4-H Club Week. 

It IS interesting to recall in this day of 
urbanization that the 4-H organizatiori was 
organized by oldsters with the idea that 
a good thing might he to give farm chil- 
dren the proper instructions abqut how to 
raise calves. 

The essence of the wganization Is in its 
label. The four H's stand for HEAD, HEART, 
HEALTH and HANDS. 

Much of^ts development in our area has 
l»en focused on the changing economy, 
which is rapidly shifting from farm to city 
style of living. 



With tbat in mind, the 4-H leaders today 
are stressing more and more the training 
of young f^ople in home-making in a grow, 
ing community. 

The 72,500 members In the nation, with 
the able leadership of their instructors, are 
contributing much to the development of 
our chil^iren in the junior high school and 
high school grades. ' 
, The motto no longer is "raise a calf,"-^' 
it is "grow in 4nd with the home." 

The Virginia Beach Sun-News salutes the 
4-H dubs and wishes them well In their 
outstanding accomplishments toward mak- 
ing the Aiperican home— be it farm or city 
—a fetter honw for living. 




PALL 



•UMNIV' 




Don't Forget The Moral 




WINTBII 




The actions of the manufacturers of 
heavy elecfricai equipment, and various 
officials of the companies, who pleaded 
either guilty or nolo contendre (no de- 
f«iw) to charges of price fixing' and bid 
rigging, came as a shock to the nation. 
Among the guilty are executives of the 
largest companies of their kind on earth. 



Regrettable as this case is, however, it 
wffi haye> its healthy, aspect. The govern- 
ment was on the side of the people, Snd 
once it had gathered the needed evidence, 
it acted' with aff energy to safeguard the 
people and punish the malefactors. Sup- 
pose, on the other hand, the government 
had owned these enterprises as it does un- 



The federal judge, who handed down der socialism and communism, and irrequ 



jail sentences and fines, said, "What really 
is at stake here is a vast section of our eco- 
nomic system that we are offering to un- 
committed sections of the world as an al- 
ternative to planned economics. The de- 



larities had occurred? The people would 
have been both Ignorant of the facts and 
impotent to act because government does 
not indict itself. The moral is this: The faults 
in free, private enterprise can be and are 



fendants, he added, "flagrantly mocked the cdrrectecl#The faultis in all-powerful, dicta- 
image of that economic system of free en- torail government activittes are fcreyond the 
terprise." people's reach. 

Ipgenuity Pays Off 

H's easy for the pessimist to say that the and other ingredients. Her son's doctor 

. days of opportunity in America are over, liked the bread and asked her to make some 

But opportunity is still very much 'around forfiis other patients. A kxral grocery store 

for the individual with a good product or took some extra loaves, sold them quickly 

idea and the enterprise to follow it up. and wanted more. Other nearby stores and 

Sometimes the results can nearly bowl you bakeries became interested and then her 

over, as demonstrated by one American husband, a New York broker, began tak- 

housewife in a story told in the Carlsbad, ing loaves to the city for sale to an outlet 






Safety Im always in sMScm, eapecialfy for ilie eig^t national 
winnsrs of 9400 General Motors saMriatmipa tm ouMandnig 4-H 
fama, htme and high'«ray safety activities. 

As leacten of 2Vi millioa 4-H'ets In the yMr-nmnd fl^t ter 
.safety, the eight 4-H safety qiedaliats mum ttiat "every aaaaon 
ham its hasardt." 

They recently told newmneB in Cbicafo that "whelhei it is fall, 
winter, spring, or suimner, eveiyone durt eonatan^ ba on tfaa 
alert to prevent acddenfa." 

WlMMrs Seek Four Safer SeasoM 
The national winners and all state «My mnnexs^ received 
ail-expense trips to the 4-H Oub Cfmttfimmm GeiM<ral Motora 
m recognition of their 24-hour-a-day, 3(^k-aay-a-year efforts to 
make all four snsons safer than ever before. 

Typical of the group is Mm Puael« Gay Chilest 17-ve«r-old 
BatHauI winner from Eu Reno, CNdahoow. Once called "the No. 1 
luszard" in her own lK>uae. she siocv hu beea crowned "MiM 
CHdahoma Farm Safety." 

•Weather is etqiecially worth watching in making the l^j^nnm 
safer: drfwng mi»t always be adjusted to the conditl<HM of ttie 
monjent," she said. "The early darlraesa of fall, tJ» i«> and snow 
of winter, the ram of spring, ami the heat and care-free vacation 
attitode of many people in summer aU preaoit pn&legoa that could 
cause accuimts." 
' 4-H Safety CM Project 17 Yean 

General Motors is in its 17th year <rf dponsoring awanis in 
the 4-H « safety program which is conduct^ by the i!!tt*nm«n 
Servioe of the state agriculture colleges, the United Stetea fimiart- 
'Jl^t of Agriculture and the National 4-H Service Committee. 

Other national winners indi^: Elne Ommq, 18, ol Glmwood. 
MinnwJto; Jaai« Faaaett, ,18. af Atstead, New BamBsUn; 
*:*^M^ ^^' *?• °^ CroawDe, TcwMwee; Frank l^tSoTlS, 
of Gol^B, Ck>!orado; Chrwian Scheiwr, 18, of 0\an, Ittiteir. Gwen 
Amie ^th, 17, of R«qo, Nevwla. wd rtmn WamrfnaU. 16, td 
White Deer, Texu. 
Theox a^Mooal summary: 

WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER, FAtt . 
MAKE EVERY SEASON SAFE FOR KLL. 



tifm 



New AAextco, Current-Argus. 

Back in 1937, in Fairfield, Connecticut, 
Mrs. Maggie Rudkin, 40, decided home- 
made bread would "help her asthmatic son. 



there 

Within a year she was baking 4,000 
loaves a week. And here's the cap to the 
story. This backyard business ^rew into 



Although she had never baked bread be- Pepperidge Farm, Inc., and was sold re- 



fore she remembered the way her gfand 
mother used to make it when she was six 
years old. Proceeding accordingly, she used 
whole vyrheat flour, sweet creamery butter, 
fresh whole milk, salt, honey, cane syrup 



^cently to Campbell Soup Co. for 357,413 
shares of Campbell stock, worth approxi- 
mately $28 milion. In the words of the Cur- 
rent-Argus: "It still can be done in Ameri- 
ca!" 



K>HN AN6EL 

John Angel. 66, of 613 West 
Lane, Oceana, died In a Norftjlk 
hospital Monday at 1;25 a.m. after 
a long illness. 

Mr. Angel was a native of Greece 
and had been a resident of ftin- 
cess Arme County for the past 23 
years. 

There are no surytvors. 

The body was removed io the 



H. Bkhcreek, pastor of the Scott 
Memorial Methodist Church, Qce 
ana. 



Ahead Of Progress 



^ Jt is often necessary to bring down to 
the local level, progress that is l^ing made 
In a state in order for individuals to appre- 
ciate the benefits they receive. 

The following comment from the River- 
ton, Wyoming, Ranger, illustrates how 
American enterprise grows ahead of th© 
nation. The Ranger said, "In the Riverton 
area, a new 34,000 volt electric line was 
put in use in 1953. flie 50-mile line was to 
have power capacity for the community for 
the next 15 years. After seven years, the 
line capacity is already full, a new one with 



eight times the capacity is only a month 
awsy irQrTUfiffli!l____ 

This progress "just couldn't happen," 
said the Ranger, "if there wasn't a supply 
of abundant, reliable low cost electric pow- 
er in the "state . . . making possible Indus- 
trial and mineral industry growth which 
brings with it prosperity to Wyoming." 

This Wyon^ing situation expresses graph- 
ically the part taxpaying, investor-owner 
electric companies pifiy in the development 
of every community in this great nation. 



IffiS $eleets 
Maitba Sneli 

Martha Snell has heen selected 
as the representative of Virginia 
Beach High School on the Tide- 
water Scholastic Team, consisting 
of 16 members from Tidewater 
high .schools. Sixteen more stu- 
dents *rill be chosen In June. One 
student out of the 32 will win a 
.MaestM Funeral Home. A funeral $2,000 scholarship, the othera will 
servl^ was condxicted at the grave j receive plaques. Ttte Qontestants 
in Hosewood .Memorial Park. Tues-iare judged on scholastic standing 
day_at 2.t» p.m. by the Rev. l«e | and actiyiiicB. 

[ Georjp; Chappell was selected hy 
WGH as student of the day for 
next Monday. Students of VBIffi 
are ur^d to ll.'rten so their school 
and some outstanding student can 
be honored. 



fOk AND A^JT TBSNACm 

lm% Dm Avoid ^^me Trims' 



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WB Weei'i uettlBIt: I am 

a gtrl of lf% yeari. who Ukca a 
t«f who is 18 year? eoa. I like the 
boy wry much and I think he 
like* rne, but I have a problem. 
My (arents woo't lei me go out 
•ad he kn<%< t can't fo oirt— but 
1 am «ure he would a«k me to go 
«it if I could fo out How ao I 
fo «b^ kMW»< If he Uket im 
a« nflUI «• I like huttf Would 
rm pie«i« give me an asfwer? 



oum MKwmmt we iw-t ««f 

where ttiere is any real ^Mtm, 
If our letter writer ia sure thaf 
the boy wouU ask her out if «b« 
could go out, then cwtaialr hi 
must 14te |»r. 

We i^mk mtr ^eway fntnd 
ahoM be happy with Mil Mmirf- 
*^ owl Mt crmtt a n^ jfn^ 
l*m far kmmff ty ^nmimi ^ 

m mush M I Uk$ Mm." 



!• toe tBWA, AUftr 3«U« tatt» is 

M» « dttereice of foua- or five 
l^rt^ «g«i is not too ilftuftecat. 
Bat W$ dWereirt aurtof the ttmem. 

^(m$^th«faathia^mmm9- 
m^ie dcOe. It »him m0 eon^ 
$he might fmd ImmM Um0l^ $o 
4a^ "bthmd hm pm^a bmk." 
, W^t lAw faaipraa, m it mm- 
Uma iem, mm' ttMt^tr mn tft« 
■Kit of «M«t ««^Jir*«Hf iMi 
happenHBiH^ witMa t^^pHtm, 

Wh«i a tfcnage^ ^^$n Wf «r 
her parents aM get* awajr 'wVk 
1% then he or the befins to gtaa- 
ttkl^ olijeet to ai^ par^tal an* 
^mitf- Thig ^ wr<mg. V^en a 
fi^ or girl gets "caught," the re- 
am k itei% ^'tfft. «M^ M> m 

yrtr 



HRii. M.4Ry HOFFl«AN 

Mrs. Mary Kellam Hoffman, 91, 
widow of George B. Hoffman, died 
Tuesday at 2:30 a.m. ih her home 
at 202 tt9lh St. after a long illness. 

A native of Locustvllle, .she was 
a daughter of Thomas Curti.s Kel- 
lam and .Mrs. Julta Ames Kellwn. 
She lived in Virginia Beach 16 
years and was a member of Park 
Place 'Methodist Church. Norfolk. 

Surviving af« t4«o^on», J«nteg 
H. Hoffhian of Virginia Beach and 
Ralph M. Hoffman of Norfolk; one 
daughter, Mrs. W. E. Strole of Vir- 
ginia Beach; two sisters, Mrs. Wil- 
liam Ell logwood of Wlnterport, 
Maine, and Mrs. Hortense leather- 
bury of Onancock; four-grandchil- 
dren and hlne great-graridchil- 
dren. 

The body was taken to Maestas 
Funeral Hoitje. A funeral service 
will be conducted at the grave In 
Forert Lawn Cemctei-y Thursday 
at 11 a.m. by the Rev. John D. 
Keester. pastor of fjUtheran Church 
of the Good S^lirpiifrd. The family 
has requesloil tli;u flowers be 
omitted. 



Retired Pfinii 
Imtalls leadirs 



lAecently elected im^Km of the 
RaftijAon ^^ds Ctapttr A Retired 
Offtcei^ Aw^clatlon w«fe ImtMlled 
Saturday night at Pttft Story wl^ 
all the trlnraabiil, 
^It was LadlM' Nlf^t, there was 
B cocktail party and a annce fo1< 
lowing the Induction of CftMnmand- 
er Jurtus P. WhKe. U800 (Ret.), 
as presldenti 

li^r Admiitil I^ter V. Colmar, 
comrnander of the Coast Guard's 
5th District, was th« sp«M«r. 

These other offlcws and direc- 
tors wine put into offkt: 

Col John H. Fye. DBA f«et.), 
tlrA vice-president; Miyor Gen. M. 
C, .Morner, U®IC («et.), second 
vice presktent; Commander Sms U; 
Evans, MW (Ret.), secrrtary- 
treasurer. 

Directors: Major B. W. Wlllhwna. 
USA; Lcdr. Walter M. Smith, U®?, 
Vice A<finlrai Ralph Q. Davis, 
USN; Col. renton G. B^lhjg. USA; 
Col. David Hottensteln, USA; Rear 
Admiral Ceon J. Manees, V^i; 
Capt. Elmer Taritll, yfiA; Rear 
AAnlral W. L. .Messmer, U8N; Col. 
Harry L. WatU, 1®A; and Col. W. 
h. Renn, UBA. 



SCHOOL ANNOUNCES 
CURRENT HONOR ROLL 

Sixth Grade — Monof*. Wnk 
Brown. .Maynor Etheridge and 
Lane Kell^t. 

Eighth Grade — IJanoia, Githy 
Dean, Annette Ferrell and Ann 
Stribllng. High Honors — C^thy 
Green, Betsy f^rker, Lisa SW*. 
F^mtaihe^er and Marjocie Woods, 

Ninth Grade— Honors, I^mbroke 
Reed. High Honors — Dale Anna 
Dean. 

Eleventh Grade — Carol Bayne, 
Betty Lou Burton, Lynn Church, 
Susan Crommelin, Sandy Deacon. 
Lynn Goodman. Judy Huck, Laura 
t.,ambe, Elizabeth Landi.<i, iterbara 
Phillips, wing Tood and Julie 
WWtehlret. High Hdnom— Mary 
Douglas, Nancy Gelst. 

TwelfMi Grade— 'Nan Bardshar, 
Dianne Croonenberghs, Carolyn 
Crouch. Martha Ann Reed, Aline' 
Rex, Betsy Scott, Abby Starke, 
Anita Strickland, Kathleen Watson 
and Carrell Weller. 

CPO WIVES TO ELECT 
AT MARCH 3 lEETlNG 

The CFO Wives Club of NA8, 
Oceana, were entertiWned with a 
luncheon by <mx Store on Febru- 
ary 23. Door prises were donated 
by lingerie, furniture and drug de- 
partments and members w&re tak- 
en on a 'tour of the new store by 
Mr. Terry l^rner. The luncheon 
was attended by H memtoers. 

On Friday, March 3, 8'pM., the 
semi-annual election , of officers 
will be held at the (^ Qub at 
lOCfana. AU members In good, 
standing are urged to attend this 
important meeting. 

Membership in CPO Wives Club 
Is open to wives of men In pay 
grades E7, E8 and E», active and 
retired, all branches of service. 
Anyone interested In jrtnlng should 
contact any member or call GY7- 
4.W8. Di«s are one dollar per 
month and transportktion to the 
me&Hnga will be provided if de- 
sired. 



cKosswoim Njzzii 



WILUAM H. .MCKILKY 

W:illiam Henr>' Mosley, 6.5, hus- 
band^ ^ Mrs, Mattie Motley, 4i«d 
Tuesday at 6:,10 a.m. In hin home. 

He was a Ufelorrg resident of 
Prliice.ss Anne County. 

Besldee his widow, surviving are 
one daughter, .Mrs, Aileen T^ite- 
hurst. and three sens, Bhner* Mos- 
ley, Amos Mosley and Russell .Mo»- 
ley. all of Princess Anne County; 
three sisters, .Mrs. Ola I^llett of 
Norfolk and .Mrs. Lucille Steven- 
son and Mrs. Mary Oanoll of Vir- 
ginia Beach; one brother, Wollle 
Mosley of Pungo; 10 gfandchlldren 
and six great-grandchildren. 

The body will be •■t"" f.'«ti 
HoUoiupn-Brown Ftn « 

Pungo f^ntecontal Hoimesa v nunh 
for a fuperal Iwi'Vipe "niursday »l 
2 p.m. The bddy will be In "— 
chutcli one hour before the 
jce. Burial will be in CI 
Methodist Church <^meterv 




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$85 MIHtoii In 
1961 BHilfHug 

The Board of Directors of the 
Vhflnla Electric and I^wer Com- 
pany today approved a 1961 con- 
structton bud|^ (rf 1*5 million, 
the larfest In the «>mpany's «• 
year history. The JBoard also de- 
clared a dividend of 321 cents per 
share on the company's common 
stock. This la an Increase of | 
centa j^r share over the quarter- 
ly ivideod thet has beeo paid since 
March, 1960. 

Vepco Pre^dent A. H. McDowell, 
Jr. .<ald this year's budget Is ^,- 
Oii.000 more than the I56.S96.000 
apent last year. iHe said, "the rec- 
ord-breaking budget is necessary 
to keep pace with the ra^ld growth 
in our .service area and to provide 
a constant and dependable raurce 
of enei^ to our customers." 

An estimated f^,.100,000 will be 
sp«it this year for construction on 
the company's *30 million 200,000 
kikiwttt hydro electric project now 
under construction on the Roanoke 
River in North Carolina. The dam, 
for this project, eight ^Ues up- 
stream from Vepto's Roanoke 
Rapids dam, will impound a re^r- 
volr of 34 miles with a i4iorellne of 
over 350 miles. 

Major items of eiqpendlture In- 
clude $57,S23,000 for ^nerating 
facilities; »a4,aw.000 for electric 
tran.^nl.<isiQn and distribution fa- 
clIltlcN, and *J,S.'»2,000 for mains, 
production ei|ulpment and servta; 
facilities for gas ofjeratlons on the 
peninsula and at Norfolk. 

.McDowell ^kl Vepco plani* to 
spend approximately t!7;W0,«M> f 
this yMr's budget for a fourth unit 
at the Possum Point. PoWfr Sta- 
tion, near Quantleo, Va. The Ports- 
mouth station win require W«,MQ,- 
000 for woric on Its fourth unit. 
Both units are scheduled for com- 
pletion In the sprlilg of 1963. and 
each will hi^Vf a iwme plate ca- 
pacity of 200,000 kllow8tt.s. The 
PtMsum Poii^t station's flr,st unll 
of 00.000 kllowatta Went on the 
line In 1IM8. V^ Portsmouth sta- 
tion went into opei-atlon in iBoa 
with a capacity <rf dOjom kilowatt*. 
The comblnefi name plate caT>acity 
of the stations, when U»e new 
units are Installed, 'will be 970,000 
kilowatts. 

Last year. Vep«» put on the line 
the latert addition to its Chester- 
fteld Power Station. The addition 
at ChcsterfieW, also a fourth unit, 
has a'capaclty of 170.000 kllowatta 
and cost i^proximately $20,800,000. 
Clw.sterfleWs name plate capacity 
Is now 370,000 kllowatt«. 

Vepco will have a total ^stem- 
wide capclty of 2.670,000 klldwatt* 
when all of the units now under I 
eonatructtim are placed In dpera- 
tlon. 

Part of the funds necessary to 
finance this huge construction pro- 
gram is expected to be ra&d 
through the Kale of $SQ million of 
First Mortgage Bonds In June, 
1961, as earlier authorised by the 
Board subject to market m4 ©ftup- 
conditions. 

A breakdown of gnw« construc- 
tion expenditures as allocated to 
Vepeo's eleven oi^ratlng distrkte 
follows: .Richmond, *3,744,000; 
Charlottesville. fl.Wl.OOO: Coving- 
ton-Cllfton forgo, «H1 1,000; South 
B<»U)n«outh Hill fmo,00#: ^ters- 
burg ^06,000; Norfolk $22,4flQ,00», 
Hmnpton^ewiport News, ts.mt.- 
000; Roanoke Rapids, NXT., «SS,- 
M6,000: Williamirton-EliEabeth City, 
KX^„ $1,800,000;. Arlington-Alexan- 
dria, $8,015,000, and Fredericks- 
burg, $18,4^,000. 

Aliocatlims for «»»traeUon tp 
connection with the tsjmpany's g^s 
operations' are approximately $2,- 
«J2,000. Ol this anwunt. $1^03,000 
Is allocated for the N«rfolk area 
system, and $1,«9,000 for the New- 
port New8«Hampton area system. 
Indicative of Vep<»'s growth U 
the gross expenditure of $27«,fH4.- 
•000 on constructton during the l««t 
five years. 

Construrtlon will continue on the 
atomic poWfr plant being built hy 
Vepco and thi*e neighboring utlH. 
ties In North and South C^mlina. 
The experimental plant at Parr, 
S.C, scheduled for completltkm In 
1962, will u«e slightly enriched 
uranium m fuel and have a gen* 
crating capacity of 17,O00 kilo- 
watts. 

In othnr matters, the Board de- 
clared quarterly dividend.^ on the 
four series of prefei-red stock as 
follows: $1.25 per nham on the $5 
dividend -preferred; $1,01 per share 
on the $AM dividend preferred; 
$1.05 per share on the $4,20 divi- 
dend preferred; and $1.(B per share 
on the $4.12 dividend preferred 
stock. 

Dividend.^ on both common and 
preferr«l stocks are pav^hlg on 
March 20, llWl to stockhbldcrs of 
retxjrd at the close of bueinoKH on 
March 1, 18«1, 



LETTEI^ TO « 
THE EDITOR 

Mr, J, E, Moore, 

mm of PaiiM 

Princeas Anne County, Vlj^inla 
D«wr Cblef Moert; 

I want tp publicly thank you 
and the ehtfre pollcie force for ysur 
eourtesiw during my recent un- 
pleasant ^x^rtences. 

Detective Con wm as kind and 
cgnslderate as pMilble during his 
invetti^tton of the shooting. The 
ai^un<l4he<lock police protection 
afforded my tamfy under the di- 
rection of LleuteoaAt Stone durir^ 
the pertod of thrtgte was executed 
In a pleasant aijd ^Wclent manner 
by all of your ortlcers. Sergeant 
Hladky and Detet*4ve Davis de- 
serve special praise for their cap- 
ture of the per»on w1>o made the 
threats. 

Sincerely ytmrs, 
W. W. (Blver, Sr. 

Bible Humor 
Fonin Theme 

A lecture by Noah L- Miller of 
Norfolk will be the featune ©f the 
regular Sunday Fonxm H head- 
quarters ol the Association for Ite- 
search and Enlightenment on 
Mareh 6 at 3:30 p.m. The subject is 
"BIhle Characters," 

A reth^ sM captain, Mller aays 
he learned through* hazardous ex- 
perience to value the Bible for It* 
sttfrtllsslng Influence. He trlw with 
a humorous approach to nitake 
BIbk' clwracters come alive, paral- 
leling their traits and the courm 
of their Hveg vrtth oura of tixtaVf 

The usual question and answer - 
period will foltow the lecture, after 
ivlrWi a bu«et dinner witt be" 
served. The pu^ Is Invited. 

Pateyl^itigeBallou 



i'rte dwn's llrt el Honor irtu- 
rt«its for the first semester ait 
Mary Washhtgton College of the 
University of Virginia contahM the^ 
nvnies of 91 young women who 
maintained an average of "W 
pitu or better with no grade betow 

Amotm Iftose receiving this 
scholastic recognition, m j»t whom 
were Virginians, was ,MI»# Patfsy 
Louise Ballon, daughter of Mr. and 
.Mrs. BUly W. Ballou. Englewood 
Drive, i»rlnceas Anne, a .sophtmiore 
majoring in mathenatics. ^ 

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Eeb. 21— a.'il a.m., oil stove; 
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Study GAS-nS? 
SUNSAT 

9:4ft AJH^-8uiHi^7 8<A(Nd 
11:00 A.M.— Worship Servlc* 

Nureery Open 
(•enplen Held io Cooke Bebooi) 
IStli St between Arctic ami 
Mediterramaa ' 
KIKDAT EVENING 
6:i0 P.M.— BTU aU am 
7:30 P.M.— Evening WorOdf 
8:15 P.M.— Choir PmXUm - 
WEDNESDAY EVENING 
ftSO P.M.— Officeni and teachera 

meeting* 
730 P.M.— Prayer Service* 
THURSDAY EVENING* 
r«0 P.M.— visitation Program* 

•Meeting In VFW Hall, West end 
•f 13^ Street 

Cv«7one Is Invited to Worship 
Wltii B^cUawn 





Steof ttwflea 
OAlBOLiC (JHUACH 

14tii Street and Arctic Circle 
iricfe^aa J. Babeta, Pastor 

■onday Masses: Winter, &00, 9:30 

and llKN) a.m. 
Stontf^r, June l5th thru Labor 

my, im, 8.-00. 9:^, llHW ajn. 

and 12:15 pjn. 
Hofy Daya, 1M, 9*^0 aja. uid 6:30 

pJA. 

Ooimsstona, 4:00 to 1:00 and 7K)0 

to 8:00 pjn. Saturday 
Weekday Mass, 8 a.m. 
Holy Name Meeting - Monthly, 

Flrat Wednesday, 7^ pan. 
Knli^ts of Columbus Meetaw-Flrat 

and Tliird Wednesday, 83M> p.m. 
Blessed Vhgin Sodality - Thursday 

8:00 pjn. before third Sunday 
"piP'^Bni -Sunday 1:00 p.in, or Iff 
' appointment 
MaU Instiw^on Clan - Tueadaya 
» 730 pjo. 
SBechlsra Class fbr Oitldren - 10:00 

to 11:00. Saturday A.M. 






<SMIiILRB KP1S(X>PAI> CnUBGH 

■iOth and Pacific— OA 8-3573 

ne Rev. Kdmuoid Berlieley, Rector 

Jl%e Rev. Enaiaaael C. Bai^ 

Assistant Rector 
Mr. i. Douglas Hnbard. 

luperlniMident of Sunday School 

8:00 — Holy Communion 

9:15 — Family Service and Churn^ 
School (H,C, on 4th Sunday 
of the month) ^" 

11:1S— Morning prayer and sermon 
Nursery (H.C. on 1st Sun- 
day of the month) 
Thnadaya 

IDflO— Holy Communion (chapel) 

IO-.30— La}i1ng on of Hands for the 

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flAACB M^nSRHM CHURCH 

CrMt Medc at HiUtop 
A. Har(ftl ArringtMi, Putor 

H. Lambm Mym. 

8aoday 0ebool Superintendent 
*00 A.M^unday School. 
B^ A.M.— Worship Service 
7J» P.M.— Evening Service. 
Vedne^y 7:30— Mid-Week ft^yer 
Service. 

CHRWriAjTiiTlBWrR 

Mi • 39Mi tMnxA 

9fl0 a.m.— Sumtey School 
11:00 a.m. —Church Service. 
11:00 a.m.— Nur*^i^ Service. 

8<» p.m.— Wednesday Meeting. 
All Are Ooidially Welcome 




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LFntEttAN CHVIMai 

1 Of Ae Good OkepheNI 

Atlantic and 18th Sb«et 
Rev. Jobs D. KeMcr, l^riatw 

Mr. Montford Hinellne, Ch. School 

Superintendent 

Mr, W. McKnlght. Ass*t Supt 

0:45 a.m.— Church Scho<d and 

Adult Bible Claasea. 
11:00 ajn. — Morning Worship 

(Nursery for small childrm.) 
6^ p.m.— Young I^ople's Luther 

League 
8K}0 p.m.— Praye^ and ata<j^ 

Wrst__ 
BAPTIST t'HllBCH 

S5th Street and An^ Avenu* 
H. WadeU Waters, PMtor 

9:30 ajn.— SuBiiay School. 

f :00 a.m.— Morning Worship 

6:45 p.m. — Training Union. 

8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 

tredaesday 

8.-00 p.m.— f^yer Time. 



FB tW 

FRfSBTTERIAN CHURCH 

Pacific Avenue at 36th Street 
Heorjr G. BA»xa> 
J. Paal ToaiacA 

Svaday 

8:45 Morning Worship 

a:4>5 Church School 
UHX) Morning Worship 

7:00 Youth Fellowships 

Tnesday 
10:30 Prayer Band 

WOMEN OP THE CHURCH 
Third Monday — July and Augurt 
10:30 Circle Meetings 
liao Ontecal JlertJii*__,_„_„_ 



cmjBcai 
Bev. Dnata AMtatiedia, <|y|a. 

M as iei are held at JamM Waff 
RoUiuon C3iapel <mi Ket^^iviUa 
Rd., 7^, ft^ 11:00. 12:15. 

Confesidm^ are on Itaturday, 
7^)^:30. 



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VlrRhila Bea(« MeduMUst Chwn^ 

IStii Street near Atlantic Ave. 

Rev. Charies O. KMd, Pastor 

William T. KlOgrove. 

Maslc Director 

Aabrey N. HtdaMS, 

Chorch School Saperiateade^ 

9:45 A. M.— Church School 

All Age Groups 
nm A. M.— Worship Senrlot 

Nursery 
6:^ P. M.-Older Youth 
Fellowship 



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FRIENDS MEETINa 

LASKIN RD. 

9:45 A.M.— Sunday School 
U:00 A.M.— Meeung for Btorntng 
\|rorshlp. 



▼IrgMa 
COMMinViTT GRAPEXi 

Laskin Road, Llnkhom Ray 
Rev. Richard Woodward, Faatw 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
1130 a.m.— Children's Church 

730 p.m. — Evening Service. 

630 p.m.— Youth Service. 

7:30 p.m. Wednesday— Prayer k 
Bible Study, 



Now meetii^! la London Brii^pt. oa. 
Vh^la B^^ Blvd., (H» hiodc 
pikirt stem Ui^t 
WALTER M. MOiTOir, Mlaii««r 

OA 84316 
10K)0 ajn.-~Blble Study 
11:00 a.m. — Mon^sf Worabto 
7:30 p.m.— Evoilnf W<Krship 
730 pjn.^WedncKiay— Mld-'week 
Blhie atiKly. 



BAPTUnr CmJBCH 
REV. T. M. WALKra. FutOT 

W. M. Morgan. CShtandi School 

SuperlntradMt 
930 ajn<— <^ureh School 
11:00 ajn.— Momlsg Worahip 
730 pjn<— Blvening Worship 



. Ntaaib 

METHOIIffiT CHURCS 

Princess Anoa. Vhi;inia 
Aithnr W. Ayanii nntor 

D. Miuny MaQxm 
Church School Superintendent 
10:15 a.m. — CHiundi Sdiool 
11:15 ajn.— Morning Wtavhlp 



Tabwraa de 

METBOD^T caXTBfM 

PrinMss Anne, Vh^^nla 
Bev. LeBey Davis, Mlalster 

H. R. MMPedlth 
Caturch Scho<^ Sup«nnt«)idcitt 
^ 9:45 ana* — Churcil SdMoL » - V- 
11X>0 a.nL — Morning Wonhlp 
7:00 p.ni.— Methodist Youth Fet 
lowship. 
W.S.C.S. Itt Wednesday follovrlng 
3rd Sunday, Methodist Men'6 Club 
1st Monday of each Month 7:30 p Jn. 

BEECH OBOVB 
METHODMT CHUTOH 

Prtncesa Anne 
Beg^ €. Sqrier, Pastor 

Bsnnan M<<3aiMii, caiurch SdKXd 

Superintendent 
10K)0 A.M.— Church School 
11:00 A.M.— Mining Wor^p 



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Nornum Davfe, Pastor 

Bamett Ferguson, Simday School 

' Superintendent. 
9:45 ajn. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Wor»hip, 
6:30 p.m.— PA. Service. 
7:30 pan. — Evangelistic Set vies 
Mid-week service, 7:30 p.m. Wed- 
nesday. 



TBMn;E EMAN17BL 

%th and Baltic. Vir^ia Bea^ 
PhlUp RabiBowitz, RaWM 
Morton Ronlck. Religkma ' 
Schools Superintendent 

7:») A.M.— Services Mon.-Frf. 

9:00 A.M.-^ervices Sat 

8.-00 A.M.— Services Sun. 

■8fflOP;M.^^Prtday Evening 
Worship 



CHRWT WaEg BTTEMAM 
C3IVB0H 

Bayslda Road and Aragona Blvd. 

Hobert DaaMtrey, BrtiNiai Pastw 

Basf JoMs, Cknck Sehwl Bapt 

lom A.M,— WoitAlp Suirlee 
9:00 (k 11.-00 A.M.— Church School 
7900 P.M.— Plo»e«- Fellowship 
730 t>.M.— Senior ¥00 Fellowsh^ 

Scott MssmtM 
METffillMBX CHVMM 

Great Neck Road, Oceana, Va. 
Bev. Lee H. Btchcreek, Aislor 

Irvin Evans 
C3iurch School SE»erlnteitdeia 
0:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 ajn. — Morning Worship 
7:30 pm— Youth F^lowsi^ 
730 pjn, Saturday— Int. Swriip. 
(Nursery for all morning serrteoi) 



FRA yCiS A BBPB T 

MKrHODfflT (mvmai 

Meeting in the John B. D^ School 

Great Neck Road 

E. 3, Tfqrim'i Y^artor 

Lee M. Myers, 

Church School &2perhrtend«itt 
9:45 a.m.— Church Sdtool 
11. -00 ajn. — Morning Wonblp 
(Nursery for pre-cvhool afsd chU> 
dren.) 



CHURCH OF GOD 

620 14th Street 
Jack W. SimiuoBs, Paatar 
Claude McOulre, ■ 
Sunday School Superintendent 
I0«0 A.M.— Church School 
11:00 A.M.— Evening Worship 
7:30 P.M.— Evening Worship 
730 P.M. Thursday — Y.PJE, 
730 P.M. Tuesday — '•?iayer Ser- 
vice. 



PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRC»B¥TERIA\ CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rev. Ba)fliaBd £. PHttoa, Pai rtor 

Grover Swindell Church School 

Superintendent. 
10K)0 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

630 pjn.— Youth Feltowshlp. 

630 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship. 

7:30 p.m.Etenlng Worship. 



j^^Tssm^m^^^ ^ 




1ISL£BSE3^!BISQ)S 



THALIA LYNlt B APTMT 
> UHURCS " . ■ 

.(MeetfaiC ia Frtaeess Anae 

HOgli School) 
SUNDAY SiSVKTBS 
9:30 A.M.— Sunday Sdiool , 
11:00 A.M^-Monang Worship. 
6c39 PM.^-Tratal^ Vaiffla. 
V. T. EUIirtt, director. 
7:45 PMv— S>p«ilng Worship. 
WEDKBSDAT ffllRVICBS 
la llialla Lyaa Hall 
7.'00 P.M.— Officers and 

Teachers Meet 
BM P.M.—Prayer Serylea 
8:45 PM/— Adult Choir Rehearsal 



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DL%MON» flPBnrCNI 
GHBIBinAN CHCnSCH 

Disciples of Chriat 

6700 W. Haden Rend 

Near little Crack Ferry 

Itoha W. Johaaoa, Ptetor 

%45 a.a>«— Oi^reh ScbocO, with 

da«es for aU agesf 
10:00 ajn,«-Moriilng Wordsip. 
630 p.m.— Chi Rho Fellowtfilp. 
7^ p.m.— Christian Youth Fd- 
fcwrship. 



rOOMO^. 



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Ihi P«A ante, BaysMe, Va. 
G. rkW^ l^umr. Paster 

9:45 ajn.— Bible Sc1k»1 
WiOO ajn.— Mpmlng Worahlp. 
630 p.mj~-Yottth Time. 
7:30 pjn.— family N^fht Service. 
1030 a.m. Tue^y — Woawn^ 

^aywr Group. 
730 p.m. Wednesday — Bi^ 
^i^y and Prayer. 

«T. MABB AJUS. CHUBCH 
0(»aM. Vt. 
Bsv. D* P. VUlsi^ VtalHr • 

R. L. Gortea. ^aiday School l^i^ 
0^ a.m/--INaitey School 
11:00 a,m.— Worship Serr^. 

B.4^nis BAF^rr church 

^ RobMns C^nraer, Bayside, Va. 
S««nd F^or, Overton's Martcet 
Box m, Baj^de, Va. 
B^. lawTS BfMM, hwlav 
D. E. Bejf^ Bun^-Stiioel B«pt 
Seti ajn,— Sundqr MmmI. 
IMS a.m.— MjVbUv Wof^^p 
6:15 pjn.— TrMaiof Uatoa. 
TiM p.m,— S«M^ Wotfdp. 
^m pjn. W^taMday — ftaysr 
tastes. 



#Bu:Airanp BAPtm CBQwai 

419.(»cBrodk Bowl. ItertaOi a» V*. 
Bar. ClMriea X. HwiiHilat NMi» 
VaitMrn S. t^plte, Orar^ SdMM 

9:45 am.i-'SLrm Sehdtd. 
11:00 ajn<-Tlb»nlag WoniUp, 
730 ^jn.— Svfloiag Worship. 
730 pjn. Wednesday — myi^ 
Serviees. 

LTKNHAYiiir oovmt imnrmt 

Great Neck Boad aaar &ora Dr. 
Ber. Sas Ssisap. Pastor 

^nday Sciio<ri AuMtotMidM^ 
ft46 ajn.— SuiMlay B^tooL 
10:40 ajn.— M<Hiil^ W<«alilp. 
BOO pjB. Wadaaaday — rn$m 
Msstiaff. 



BALA CHUBCH OP CBBIR 

Back B», Ta. 
One flbotsra. Iliidilw 

Howard Mmrris. Sun^ School 

SupeaiatMidairt 
lam ajn.— I^nday School 
11:00 kjn.— Worship rad Lordii 

Suimer. 
^00 pjn.--atady of Bihto. 
Youth Group (Gldeooa) meet 1st 
and 3rd l^ursdigr nigMai 



BETHEL 



CSBBWlM 



MKTHOBBR* 

Creeds 
C. Ba^ftm 
L. B. IH»B, Oiareh 

10:00 A JI.— Momiag Worrtdp 
11.^ A.M.-Ghurch SdMWl 



KmMs faiaa« 
UESTHODIKr GSUBCH 

Rnotto Island. NX!. 
JaasM B. Hod^ea, MOaister 

E. H. Beasley, Siffiday S<^0(^ Sup^ 
10:00 ajn.— Sunday SdMOl 
11:01 ajxL— W<H«l2^ Scrvlfia. 



PBEEWILL BAPlWr 
Ooartteasa saaaMattary flohed 
Bev. Bffly Gardasr, ftator 
Paal Keaaedy, Saaday Behsol Sqrtl 
9:45 A.M.-Sunday SctMOl 
IIKK) A.M.'-Caiurch Iforvice. 
8.-0O t>Mu^EvanfeUfltlc Sendiie. 
8^ PJi.— Thursday Prayer Sei^ 
vice. 

XHAUA MBFIHOBHW OTOBCS 
Ptae Bt, aM Ta. Baadi Blvi. 

Oiurch (XBiite Phone GTMy 7-8418 
BBV. B. J. GABBBXT, PMar 

Kione GYpsy 7-0438 
Mn. James E. Pilley, Chiach 

School Superintendent 
9:45 ajn.— Church SdwtA 
llMa.m.— Mkimlng Worship 
830 pjn.r-Iotarin«dlate M.TJP. 
7^pjn,.— Seoior M-YJ". 
7:00 pjn.— Thursday, Jwiior Obair 
&00 pjsv'niunday, 8eai<tf Ctjafr 
8:00 p.m.F~2Bd Wedne«lay, W90B 
630 p jn.r-«rd Tuesday, Men^ Cbib 

BIBUB BAPTMH* GHUiKS 

Bi^sIAb. VIrgMa 

&«eawBB Baad * I^dtevleis Dr. 

Bev. DavIA Maotv^ PaMor 

^46 a jnw.-SuBday School 
11:00 ajn.— McHcning Worship 
7:45 p.m^-Evenhig Worsptip 
7:45 p.m. — Wednesday evealag 
prayer sa-vid 



BATGOQO 



G. A. MeGtnMKnc IK, 

B, B. Goode, Suad^r8diO<A 
MO aJn.— MMRihig ^VMiip 
^0Oajn^-4Kutday S^MI 
11:60 ajnv~»Mandnt ^B^M»^p 
^m pA^YMii^ FsOowiiifp 



M ltllH AVHB 

tHOt Mek Road 
BBV. BBKBt ^ tomato^ 



lupt 



BAPiwr csuBca 

L(Hidi» BHdm. TlMiaia 
O. BAwail Haghea, &tor 

U^yd BLIteantlsy 
Sunday SchocA >Superintettd«it 
830 ajn.- Morning Wor^p. 
M& a.m.— ^inday Scho^ 
11^ a.m,— M<mUng W<»iaUp. 
liQO pjn.— IVainii^ Uakm. 
8:00 pjnA-B<v«nhig Worship. 
W.MS, meets first Weda^di^. 
1030 ajn. 

SALKM BfEmODIST CHUBCH 

Princms Anne, Vli^ia 
Arthv W. Ayers, Futer 

B. L. Ferrell 
C%urch' Sdiool ftipertatteadent 
10:00 ajn.— MoniiBg Wor^p. 
lisa aja?-nC3iun:h,. S^yx>l 
7:30 p.m.^Methodlst Youtti 
low^ilp. 



Fel- 



nxm UL Mus 
Irti Oulan <%ardh Sdbool l^t. 
^a.m<— Ohurdi School 
tHOe«jn.p>-M<n«^ Wofiriita. 
&H»pjni^T<mthiMmrriito 
fe»»ja.->lat W«L. omiia Bewi 
Holy OoanamnkiB f^at Suadi^ of 



BAPttnCHUBCS 

Bk^ B«y, Vflri^ia 
Bsv. ■. mmtmi, Jntigiaa^ 

nafA fiiglar. 

C^Wdi S(dMol I^ M artHteidept 
^45 aoa.— ChuNti B^ool. 
B:OA ija.i-MonUm Wenhljp. 
9m pjO/— Bvealag Wtfndatt. 
7:45 pjBv— Wa(to«kl» — rnyar 
and stod^ poteo. 

WBJAsmsL memG(»MMt 

CBStKM 

311 Bowman B4. HortaOE % Ta. 
Bsv. Chartta & MeSM^ 
Br. BnaUss B. Qtmmm 
Itrt e rt Ifc Unm, OMNB 



915 ajn.--4P\Bmlly aervtoe and 
Serewn. 

9}4S ajn— Oiuith SdKxd 
11:16 ajn.— Morning ft^er and i 
Sermtm. Hefy Caamutt- 
ioi^ lat 9m&er* 



O saaaa idtr 
HBIH^MBIP CHVBCH 

Acredateo Kempsyllto 
Bar. A. P. Baaefc, BMtor 
P^MOUds faxtoa, 
Cb«m;h School &ip«1aten<teoit ' 
9M a.m.— Churdi SdKK^ 
11:00 ajn.— M^nhig Worship. 
730 pJUw— Youth Pellowahlp. 



FAITH BAPTiBT CHUBCH 

ens Va. Baai^ Bhrd.. Norfofik. Ta. 

Wt9M Mm ParfsSi Paator 

FtK»ea UL 6^77— UL 3-13T7 



9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
11KX> ajn.— Mwnlng Worship. 
6^ pja«— FcUowshlp Hour. 
730 pja^-4lv«iii« aarvlcss. 



T30 pjBv— ftayw B WFVtea. 
' Pi uiMud ftwf Bsaiy 



cauiiB y 

MECTODiBT VHUBtM 

Back Bay, Vl^nla 
Bsv. bAfssA C vaimjkM 

Mr. Edward Williams 
Chtm^ S<diool Superintendent 
10:00 ajn.— Chim:h School 
IIM ajn.-^Mmi>ittg Worship. 

BATSIDB CBBSnAK CBUBCT 

(ConirsgaHoasI) 

Mk»« IMve 1^ (kveawcji BeaA 

Bar. a Jalhw ^es, Pastw 

Mm B. AtHdna, ir. 

ta^ay Ofhprt Aa|>ai lalf ladsal 
9:45 A.M.— Wonri% 9arrice. 
6^45 A.M.-^Mlay SiSiooL 
11:00 AJf^Wte«htp Serrtee. 

Calvai7 

pRE«B¥ivisiAv cni^Kr 

First Street, Glemock, Norfirik. Va. 
S. Oowefl Cmlmf, Paster 
T. H, U^terwood 
Church &1»^ Supt. 
9:45 a.m.— Chureh Sdiool 
11:00 ajs.— Mo^hM WMshlp. 
630 p.m.^Wh«t-NM8 FeQowahJ^ 
630 pjs.-^one«> T^Alowsl^ 
&30 pj».-»Yo»mg People's Fe!loiP> 

ship. 
&0O pjn.— Wednesday — Pnysr 
meeting. 



tkmtf Cf Barta a , 1^., 
C. D. Soilly, Jr, 
(%urch School anpm^im^i^. 
8:00 ajn.— Holy (^MinifRilon. 
930 tja.-rfv^y Servtee attA 

1^ 

11:90 Ma^— M^Miw Pn^r mA 
Serami (1st ^mday, HM^ 
QmssBuniM,) 
6:00 p.m.— Young INi^te'a FtflMr- 

IIM ajnuP-A^ Daya-^b^ 



Bea ip stffls 
BAPnra CSUBCH 

Route 2, Bffic 287. florfolk. '^ 
Bar. «A. B. mmnt, Putsr 
W. H. Plerde, 
Sunday School Supertat^ident 
9^ ajn.— Sunday School 
11A> ajn.— M(»iilng Worship. 
ft4B pjn.--^^iM Tnlalng ITnka 
8M pjuv— Biwnh^ Worship. 

AmwoM Qv ptm 

VlrxMa Beat 

But Laae 
BcT. Ssmasl D. B^eiA Jr. 

ItelTin L. Sldweil Suadi^ S^hkA 

SwperiotinideBt 
9:45 tum^-iaimft Sidtocd | 
11:00 a.m.— MmniM Worsh^k. 
73k pjn^— Bvwi^lstie'Sarvloe. 
730 pjn.— TusaSqr. Mda StuAy 
730 pjn^— ThJttsdigri Ctelsfs Aa- 
basadmv, fimih. mr^ipm 

OVB gAYl M?B» M JTHHBAIf 
CACBOB 

Servii^s at Bi^laka nnas SdMOi 

Treasurer Mand * ^(H« Drive 

(1 mile eak of Bifida. Va.) 

BBNNETfl B. CMmAtJOO, 

^ PA8TOB 

Herbert R. Aadersoo 

Cfhurch School Superinten*li« 

9M a.m Sunday School 

10«0 aan.— Worahlp Service. 





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THt CHURCH rOR ALb . . , 
.ALL rOR THE CHURCH 
TW Qkwdt a riw SR4lnl laciw M 
MMh fm *» kMiac •( dmxirt mi 
|m4 «M«Hhiy. I* <• • tfttkum* •( 
IfMnlwil lahn. WUiw* • ilnas Qtntdk. 
MiAct dnMcMTf. Mt cmlu*M« (M 
Mf«i«t. Thn* Mt (aw Mmrf t mm i 
■by Mwy (MnM AwtM tUnd «n«ii«* 

Miplllly Uli MippOTi <M QitaNh. TiMf 

aws (I) Fm im cwa wk*. (2) F« hk 
(UMmi't Mk*. O) Fw iw Mk( •{ kw 
C«i— wity mmI ■•«••. (4) Fm' a* uk 
•f a* Ckmrii mM, wiMk M*di hit 
■••(I Mid aulnMi MppMl. PUa I* gt 
t* dundi (fsubfhr •"i •*•' f" BiU* 




Everyone knowti thtt success comes not 
to th<»e whe merely desire it, but to those 
who achieve it through long, hard work. 

It is odd then, that in the spiritual area of 
life sonw peopte ^ould (ncpect blessins^ to 
come /or tiu a»Hng» 

Those who really understand PRAYEB 
kmw that it's more than mere asking. It is 
eedtttt^. It is the hungry seansh for truth and 
moral enlightenment . . . digging for spiritual 
gold in tiie hills of Ufe. s 

But PRAYER is som^hing more evm 
than Meking. It is kvpcking , . . meeting life's 
-obstacles bravely . . . waiting with patient 
determination until closed doors open ... en- 
tering portals that the more timid i»8B by. 

Wt woddB*t really ne^ churehei If spir- 
itual growth came for the asking. But we do 
ne»i churches to help us seek the treasures 
of God. iUid through our churches, with the 
unitMl strength of millions of Christians, wa 
l»(wk on the portals of the aiore abundant 
life—and t^re find it 

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OLD BOJTATION 

Rt. 1. Beat 63B> ^d^ Va. 
Bar. Bi>f«flw D. ndMr, ^ 

RK^Dert L. BeiOe^ Church Scbo(d 

^^^rldtendent 
8:00 ajn.— Holy OotamtioUoii. 
9.'45 ajn.— Church School 
Itm a.m.— Mwnlag Prajwr. 
730 p.m.— Yotrth FWtowrtiip. 
730 p.m,— Evening Pray«r. 

nUUtUP BAPTWe CHAPBL 

maettffif te ~ 
liaktara Prtk S^at. 
Bev, Mn W» Bicgsl 
Mr. ^rdwii^ JSateter, 
^uutey S<AoA Stupit. 
^45 a Jn.— Sunday School 
11.^ am/— Worship Service. 



AljrMa 
PBBSBftKilAX OIUBfm 

i N^ir RfMdna Ooraer 
'Bev. 3. B. Mhmm, P^rtsr 
D. Ney, Ckwfdi School ^par- 



11:09 ajt^MM^m WonUp, 
(Nunwy to C%dldr»s.) 

m,mms%iummmmmtm 

•prtmStm Aint0mtBmM 

Bev. W» W* BaMi BmIwp 

FiiA QtiVM7« 

mm AJLn^wniy J^wm 

ftM PJII.F-4.mu. 
^» PJP-BfM^ Wanhlp 
W edH S sdiy 

%m PJU-Wa^M^ aftH^ m 



THIS SaneS OP MBSAGK IN TMI INTB^r or THt CHUtai IS SPONSOMBD tV 
iTNi fOUOWmO •!»»«»$ BTABMSHMINTS ' 

R.L.GARMI^BI PMCrS, INC. 

HnA.TOP 
VRGINU BBACH 

W.W.JOHNSON ft SON 

INSURAI<^i AOINCY, INC. 
AVTO ^wam ~ Acc^Dsmr • wimsm 

CaasS la Caail CTswa osrvica 
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BIRDNECK POINT CLUB Engagements 




PRffllTED 



Tops ify Sewing Gnk 



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y\mmtk BPACM SUN-NEV^, THUf?SDAY, march 2, 1961 



Fa^7-A 



TOt Bird Nedt Point Oarden 
Clttb met Tueiday at the tonw of 
Mra, Htnry Oetjan W (Si««rlnk 

C(i4iMt«Mtc were I|«t4tenw R, 

Jl^mrt* were given dn ^^ Ifardl 
Orw Tla» C^rd Pirty lirtd it the 
<Mvcatl«i Dmm F*t>ru«ra 8. Dog- 
wood ti«M were^MMmM W- plant- 
b^ in early Spifvii tqr members 
i&e beautlnoitfim of Bird Neck 
Poiat. 

iMre. Cawitor A. Bamforth gave 
a very pmctlflil and inatructlve 
talk on the miHtef of cordages, 

Award! were niMe aa foUowg: 

Valentine centerpiece —«». F, 
W. (^x, Mw. a. %. Llmroth, Mrs. 
Paul Mn# Ud Mra. C. W. 
Oru^M. 

m^^ amM^Mn«a ^ W*, 
H«#9M^ M^ Iftv. R. E. Um- 
roth. ^ 

Ifonlffl^Mife iiBfa, W. H. Jofcn- 



Swani«i-Newm«a 

MK ani Mra. Heiuiftig W. »waB 

son announce the enragemenf c 
Cbmt datfi^ter. Mil* fcnlta !*iy<' 
Swan"— .„ Qyy Al^ Newman, 
Al an Is toe aon of ,\i. . 

and m>». mu> a. N«wm»n ol ijtjn, 
*n Bridge. 
I the \»e<Mlng la j^nad for An|. 




rOR THI 

FINEST 

IN 



Boor Covering 



TILr 

FiRRELL 

UNOUUM ft TILE CO. 

JM W. nat it 1. MA f43«S 
All WOIIK GUABANTEKD 



B«rf>«-H«rr*ll 

Col. Wlllinn H. »rba, IfflMC," 
and Mrs. B8*a of the 17. S. Naval 
Amphibious Bua^ announce At 
engsigeraent q4 their daughtw. 
Miss Valertes L*« Barba, to Tbotti- 
m Carrolf Harrelt 

Mr- Harrfll Ja the non of CWidr. 
Wllilam Carroll Harrell. "Om, and" 
Mr*. Harrell of Baysfde. 4 

Mlse Barba attends the Norfolk 
Collfife of wmiam and Mary. 

Mr, Harrell attends the evening 
j cJasaeg at the Norfolk College of 
wiUiMn ami, Mary, M$ .k e«fe 
jtoywi % the Southftiitem f^ 
ginia Regional Planning Commto- 
ilon. 

No date hAs teen aet for the 
w«Mtog. 

lister-Jacdbs 
Troth Is Told 

3lr. and Jlrs. Michael Lister of 
N*w York City announce the oi- 

fagement of their daughter, Mlaa 
oanne Uater, to Frank Allen J*- 
cot». son of Mr,^ and Mrs. Iraac 
WeMhelnter ^coIm of Vlrgiate 
Beach. * ». 

The hrlde-elect Is a graduate of 
the Dalton Schools In New Yw-k 
City and of Mary Waahington Col. 
lege. She is a" niember ef PI Gam- 
ma Mu, national honor fraternity. 
Mr. Jacobs graduated from 
Maurj' High School and Randolph- 
Macon College. He attended Wash- 
ington and l^ee Graduate School 
and served In the Marine Corps 
Reserve. 




lour Vision 



Depth Perception Big 
Prabtem Among Hunters 



1^ Dft. ijotm IC BAiLcr 

CtiMiiiniu' CMtnetrM 



Miss Bc*ty Ckacc Smith, 17-year»old Virginia Beach Ht^ 
School nmr, wiU represeot the Cape Henry Woman's Club in 
tht Tidewater Diitoct, Viifiaia Federation of Women's Clubs 
sewing contest to be held at Old Pomt on March 22. Miss Smith 
is the daui^tn oi Mr. and Mrs. Lewu E. &nith. Her pri;% win- 
ni^ in^ V ^ one die a weari^ in die p^ure. (Boice Photo) 

Personal Mention 



ann o ' traifftn K T i ria e » s b a » s ■ • BTrr »-i n »-8T»-rrd'iry8- fl r a^vry 




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3Ut and Atlantic Ave ,^5 
6A 8-5271 ^ 

Secving the Tidewater Area 
For Over 30 Years 



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, SPORTSWEAR, COCKTAIL DRESSES. 

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FINAL CLEAN-UP 

SNOE SALE 

SUPER-SHPEII-VALUES 

5QQ Pairs of Shoes Shipped in from our 

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Other Stores 



(Mr. and Mrs. J. Tyler EUta of 
Mrd St. find Miss Pearl Ellis of 
Salem have left to spiad 2 wecka 
traveling in Florida. 



Mr. and Mra. M. Ward Cole and 
their ti»re«f children, who have 
been living on Knd St., will move 
next week to their new home on 
Lirtthqro Drive in Linkhom I^rk. 



Misa Anne Grandy of New York 
dty, a^nt last weekend vWtlng 
lK?r Barents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Sel- 
den Grandy, at their home in Bay 
Colony. 

Mr. and .Mrs. Kenntt C. Robin- 
son have ad their guest, their 
grandson, Bryant Lacy of 'JicH- 
mond. Mr. and Mra. D. Cameron 
l^cy Jr., are apehdlftg two weeks 
in Ftorlda. 



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Scott Tayter, Alfred McG. Ran- 
dolph' and Joseph C. Hogati, re- 
cently reUirned to thefr hcnncs 
henr'after sM^^f Nw "wfp!^ et 
m. Thomas and ^. Crol*; Vfrgin 
I«land«. 



Mr. and Mrs. James Darden, Mr. 
and Mrs. Roy L. JDeHart, Mr. and 
UH. V. AtfrKi EtherlcVie and IWtr. 
and Mm. J. E Moore spent last 
weekend at the John Marshall 
Hotel to Btehmond . They were 
among Uiose from Virginia Beach 
and Princess Anne County attend- 
ing the Jefferson-Jackson Day dln- 
n^" ^en« Saturday night at the 
John MarahaU Hotel 



Mrs. J. B. TlUett of Linkhom 
I^rk is spending several we^» to 
Ftortda. 



Ms. and Mrs. William A. Llndoet 
had m tlielr recent guests at their 
new home, 26 E, Farmington Rd., 
Point O* Woods, Mr. Lindner's 
mother, Mrs. C. R. Lindner and his 
brother-ln-lkw and sister Mr. and 
Mrs. Jack Zton and their five 
children of Levlttown, Pa. 



Mrs. August H.^ Qamman, who 
resides In the Mayflower AparV 
ments, has had as her guests, her 
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and 
Mrs. Donald R. Norlan4 and thed^ 
three children, who have recently 
been living in Abidjan, Wert 
Africa. Mr. and Mm. Norland and 
family ^fled hrt week from New 
York aboard the \5B. United States 
to make their future home in 
Paris, France. 



I Mrs. G. Powell Davis of Bay 
I ptrtony receiHly ^sent seversl- daye 
I with 1^ parents, Mr. and Mra. 
I George M^p Jr., at their home In 
Eastville. 

<Hrg. Jack Hoftn of Richmond 
Is visiting her ^n^in-law and 
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Waller 
Tabb at tJieir home In Bay Colony. 



Mr. and Mrs, Frank R. Motlrf 
and their three children, who have 
been Uiing at 4*>4 Ooean Front, 
will move next week to their home 
on Bruton lane, Bay Colony. 



Mr. and Mrs. itotert S. Reln- 
hardt and their three children 
spent last weekend visiting Mr. 
and Mrs. Ray W. Relnhardt at 
their home in Ric4)sm>nd, 



Mr. awi Mrs. Charles H. Forties 
wlw have been IWng In Llnkhorn 
Park, have moved to awif newly 
purolwscd' home at Brandon Road 
and Wythe Lane in Bay Colony, 



MrB..Georfe S. ^mard of Petera. 
burg Is visiting her aon-ln-!aw and 
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Landon 
HilUard ^Jr, at their home on 
North B«y ^ore.DWve, Bay Ctol- 
ony. 

Miss Duvall, fkmk 
HmuNT^ at Party 

Mr. and .Mrs, Robert .Ross John- 
eton U and Mr. and Mrs. Wllilam 
Parker S^erton Jr. TOtertained 
Saturday irt an oyater roast in hon- 
or of Miss Ridgely Baskervill Du- 
vall an* Camlllus Albert Nash IM. 

Mlss^Djivair'and Mr. N^sh wltt 
tje maTrled April 15. 

The party was held at the John- 
ston's home on Great Neck Point 



Mort mexmM tesitars tore 
on* ttiiflui to f»mmm: mod 
▼idM. But idequnUi eyMAt 
k teore iii^nfial In^s pov^a 
spoirt for safely Mtsons ttwi 
lor suc^^ For It has baan 
foui^ ttmt thTM out of evwjr 
four huntors involved in noi^r 
•addenta have «»iie ^rpe of 
vMtm B*oblem. 

Because ot Ibc sumlMar of 
htmtan kffled <»> aerinusljr In- 
Jura) in fiua^ accidents rach 
7Mr, I brieve fiiia «:tivity de- 
xr^a j^ecial nwnticK). In tect, 
• wornf of hqnttng aniiitosits 
nude nc«atly by the optomeiric 
profasiilfHi revels *em» istar- 
esting fB<;t8' 

- AoMing o4l>er pointe, the sto^ 
ahowed that of all hunt«s bt- 
vol<i«d in accidents alnK»t aU 
of ttwm were deficient in dl^th 
pKtt^^im, or the ability to 
jludfle n>»em and distance. While 
depth p^efition was th« SRiit 
conuma oiwculty, it also vat 
found \hm% the hunters w«re 
bdow pvr in acuity — cleareen 
of image, color perception and 
miwpic balance involving the 
alrfUty to f oc\a and point ttic 
(area properly. 

Of all Um hunters considered 
\a the study almost half of them 
needing vision care; need«i it 
for two or more reasons, not 
Just fw one ^esight problem. 
Tm 9m cent of them, for 
exwfniile, were color blind. And 
in hunting, color is one of ttie 
awrt'^pcnrtant considerations. 

^^em • few yeara ago red v»a 
oGOsldcred the safert color for 
huntws. But it was found Urter 
Oat red Menu to be <»» of &e 
aoeit ^m^genm colon becMiae 
it Uends with tiie surroUndtetfs, 
enpedal^ fea ^ WtSL In Bs 
l^fice, yolow was substituted as 
fefr sefest e^CT. g^ia-has now 
been changed to \Au» atwoM^ 
w anunmc^ at the recent m- 
Himal Safety Couiu^ xoeetiDg. 



As a rule, m<Mt people «to 
are color deficient are not even 
aware of their shortcombig. 
Th<^ Just assume everyone 1 
tte'Wnr they do. About 10 
^^t of aU men are color de^ 
ficient, compared to about 1 pMr 
cent of ttie women. 

As for the other vision prob- 
l«ns found among the hunters, 
l^ewriptkm lenMS usually exit- 
rect tne fault. The proper 
^a^es can correct poor acuity 
ami compensate for muscle im- 
lMdan<%. Spectacles also make 
it eader to focus and point the 
^es. Vision training can help 
wpQiperception. Field of vision 
ti sotne^ing the htmter must 
e(»w»sate (or if he can't see 
to fM side as he Aould. 

M<wt important of all the 
huntCT should be aware of his 
vlsuid capacity. He should have 
• complete vision otamination 
at least mice • year. Mort erf 
ttie ^Uems which are detected 
can DC solved. But soilw of them 
can}U>t, and the hunter should 
be tmwc9 of them and make 
necenaiT adjustn^ats. In short, 
they dkould hunt wlttiih thebr 
visual bounds. 

THK BKADIBt COKMOt 

Q: Is there a^ wa^ to n«- 
vent rain-s{MittenRl glattesT 

A: 1^ this BUO^stion. first, 
clean tiie ^ssam Aorou^y with 
soap and water, th«i rinse and 
dry. Take a bar of soap and 
rub «i both surfaces. Next, 
t^ce a clean, dry cloth and 
polidi iHriskly. tlUs provide a 
p^i^ed surface which wHl twt 
be marred by rain drops. They ' 
run down the lense% teavinf 
thcsn jnret but clear. 

The suae procedure also |^»- 
iHmU at^o^ag, A good sub- 
stiM* for Si^p is ofdinanr 
furniture vno, provided it a 
applied sparingly and xxUcmA 
to an tovisible Jilau 



'Little American Wife' Gets Call 
Te Unstick Doors, Paint Screens 



AhnfeUt-Hflf^ 
'^'ows Are Spofcen 

iJane 

And Li. U-g.) 

lUghes tsME |^4« 

jiunday at 4:30 p,m, A "ttte Wwy 

Chapel", Nebruks avenue^ 

The cenemony was perfomMd ^ 
Chaplain Bernard $. Fentisi. 

Tlte bride U tte dai^itH' ot €bl. 
and Mrs. Arnold L. Ahnfcidt of 
Arlington, Va. The bridegroom Is 
the son of Mrs. F. Masale Hi^^hes, 
and the late Rear Adm. Hng^, 
USN, former Commandant of ttie 
Fifth Naval District. 

Mrs. Benuunln Hu|^ HI of Nor- 
folk. Va., and Vii^nia Ba^cSi, was 
matron of honor. Tlw bridesntfids 
were Miss Joan Het»el of fWa, 
Wise; Mm. Vincent P. Me^rry of 
Pallsede, N J.; Mlw Jane Ruth M- 
mer of DanvUle, III. ai^ Wn. 
John E. Ported of Ann AAor. 
Mlchl^JL 

First Lt. Eynon Hughw f 
Llnmestone,. Maine, was hla brtHiJ- 
er's beat man. The groomsmen 
'were Lt. {j.g,) Robert A. Allen of 
Lexington, Va., Lt. (J.g.) Julian P. 
Guinn and Lt. (J.g.) Robert imm, 
both of Virginia Seadi, Va.. Gaj*. 
James B. Murtland, U^IC, and U. 
George Preasly. both of Norfolk. 

The couple will live In Newport, 
R.I. Lt. Hughes Is staUoned ab<»nl 
the U9S Chai^rt f. Adama. 

Julia Kay Smithy 
Julius W. Laimn 
Engaged to Man? 

Amoe Ryland Smith announces 
the engagement of his dfu^ter, 
MI^s Julia Kay Smith, fil JitfW 
Wiley I^unm. 

.Ut . i_,amm is the son of Mr. ^td 
Mrs. Ollie Glen Lanma of princess 
Anne County. 

No date has been set for the wed- 
ding. 

Miss Smith is the daui^iter of 
the late Mrs. Kemp Strawhand 
Smith. She will be graduated tcom 
princess Anne H^ School in 
June. 

'mi. Lamm was graduated ftvra 
Princess Anne Hi^ Sdiool In 
1959. He te employed by MaMoa 
and Utley. 



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YEAB 'ROUND OPl^ATION 

WHim - bMlrfatf i A^. te 1 V AM, 
Lunch 11:30 A.M. to 2m ^M. 
Dfnnir S fM. to 8:30 fM, 

TAKE OUT BOXES 
Phone GA 8-9712 Rree Parking 



Singer Sewing Machine Ga 

A SINGER Rimi^atfAnVE 

from the Wards Comer Shop 

WiU Be In The Area on a Permanent ^ms 

F<m ffl^VICE or IWaroW^BAtlONi 

Chetek One 

n m^ ftftVICE MAIL THIS AO 

n RENTAL (Sewing M«chin«) 

D DEMONSTRATION (Sewii^M^meecVlcuum) 

SINGER SEWING CENT^ 

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By lAim M. ERDM.l.N j 

The "Little American Wife", so i 
neatly described by many as a \ 
soft, feminine and helpless crea- 
ture, gets called on these days for 
many he^nan tasks. 

In the Tidcvi?ater area, dampness 
can often cau.^ sticking doors and 
stlcyi^ windows. For stlckhig 
doors, try one or more of the fol- 
lowing suggestions: ' *.' 

Check to see if hinges are loose, 
"nghten screws if needed. 

Rub edgcf of door with damp 
m^pt paraffin wax, or ^vaseline, 

<3M*k the door jamb. If it is 
warped you may cure the trouble 
by driving one or two nails fhfmly 
into the pa^ of the Jamb where 
sticking occurs. 

Kicking at tlje top of the door 
may be caused by the house settl- 
ing. Try taking the door off,_ re- 
movlr^ the top hinges and placing 
several thicknesses of car(^)oard 
under the hinie. , The cardboard 
will "push the Wnge' out a little 
Ironi the frame, throw the door 
forward the mtne distance and 
thus relieve the pressure. 
Can Be Planned 

Plane the edge of tlw door If 
necessary. If much planing Is 
needed on the side edge of a door, 
it Is l)etter to remove the door and 
plane .the back, or hinge, edge In- 
stead of the front edge. 

For sticking windows try one or 
all of the following: 

If -the sash Is stuck so tl^tly 
that it cannot be ojKned, try put- 
ting A block of wood against the 
edge of the frame and giving it a 
few sharp ra^ with a hammer. . 
, If paint is eausing the window to 
Stick, yse a. ^utty knife to cut 
paint Setween .sash and window 
slop, or" sa.sH an^partThg strip. ^He- 
move by .scraping or sanding "the 
excess ]niRt which cauMd stldc- 
ing. Apply linseed oil, paraffin 
wax, or ten% soap to the pulley 
s<ile In the path of sash travel. 

if sash raLUflt be removed In or- 
der to plane edges or otherwise 
impmve the fit of the window, 
protwi the woodwork so that tools 
will not damage ll» surface and 
cavme need for reflnlshing. 
Ph^ter Ci^ks and Breaks 

Cnicks or breaks in plaster come 
from settling in the house frame- 
work; from teaks In rt»f. walls or 
around openim^, an4 from inferior 
material and poor workmanship. 
When large areas of plaster te- 
come loose or are in poor condl- 
tloh, it Is b^ to employ an ftsi- 
pertenced plasterer to make re- 
pa Irg or^ to replaater. But anja*- 
sSIEbd ^. son jcan repaO- the usti9~ 
eracks and smAll breaks. Such re- 
pairs are usually made shortly be- 
fore painting or papering the 
watts. 

For patching deep erodes and 
holes, a connnereial patching 
plaster or Sj^cAle should be pur- 
chased. Follow directions on the 
packa^. If plaster of I^rls is used, 
add a intle glue or one-htfif vine- 
gar to the water u^d, for mixtag 
It, so ' that it will not harden tt>o 
mplily. 

fllb patch » deep crack, scrape it 
open with a knife or other sharp 
tool 1. " ' ' lea«t J In. acrofts; 

mak' wide at the bot- 

tom, Qfxi lo ine lath or plaster 
bm^ <tempen the ptarter around 
the crack so that water from the 
new pl«»t«r will ttot Ije taken out 
too quickly and thus weaken the 
re^lr job. Do not wet the lath 
•we. 
8ii^dl m hutgB 

s«er Into *r»ck 
- . - . — lUtt, liiHag M to 



within I inch of the Burffiee;'let 
this plaster dry; then apply addi- 
tional plaster to completely fill the 
crack; level and snKwlh off the 
surface even wltl^ the wall. Small 
l>reaks or holes arte handled in ihe 
same way as these deep crsictas. 

Very fine hairline, cracks, too 
small ter require |nitching*-plaster, 
can often be filled by shnply 
brushing on a mixture of 3 parts 
boiled linseed oil and 1 part tur- 
pentine. Cracks that are a little 
wider . may be fflted with white 
lead thinned with turpentine to 
the c(»istetency of heavy cream. 

Iron screens need repainting an- 
nually, wftllr galvanized wire may 
re<|Uire H le.ss often. Copper or 
bronze wire needs paint or spar 
varnish to pevent corr(Kion which 
will stain the trim and outside 
walls of the hoiKe. Paint screen 
frames to match or harmonize with 
house trim every 3 to 5 years. 
PaiBJtlng Wire 

To apply paint quickly and even- 
ly to .screen wire, use a flat block 
applicator or a roller Instead of a 
brush. These things can be bought 
at paint etbres oi" can Ibe made at 
home. A flat blodc of wood, about 
1x3x8 Inch«4, can be covered with 
a piece of old carpet, and a cleat 
nailed to one aide for a handle; or 
use a wooden toilet paper roller, 
covered with carpet, and attach a 
wire handle. Put paint in a flat pan 
to coat either the coUer or the flat 
block. 

When screen wire becomes ser- 
iously worn or broken, mmove 
mowings and put in new wire >of 
the correct width, and not less than 
l^Tnesh: 'rack wire at top, piill 
tightly and tack to the bottom, 
then tack the sides; replace tnold- 
ings. To protect the tower part of i 
the screen doors, attach a piece of; 
heavy mesh wine of the screening. 1 

Reinforce weaK or sagging! 
frames at comers, with metnl i 
plates angle irons, or corrugated 
fasteners. A sagging screen door 
can be strengthened by attaching 
to the top and ix>ttom rails a long , 
metal rod wit4 a turn buckle In! 
the center. I 



BIRTHS 



Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Smith 
Jr. of Ssra«}ta, Fla, announce the 
Wrth of their third child, first son, 
William N. Angle Smith, <m Feb. 
17th In ^rasota. Mrs. Sn^th is the 
former Miss Anne An^e of Rocky 
Mount. Va., and Mr. Smith Is the 
son of Mr. and Mra. Fi^nk, F. 
Smith of Cbvalter Park. 



Mr. and Mrs. Peter Marshall 
Meraditfa announce the 4>irtb of 
their fourth child, second daugh- 
ter, on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at Norfolk 
General Hospital. Mra, Meredith 
is the former Miss ■ Susan B>pe 
Trumbo, daughter of Dr. and Mra. 
G. C. Trumbo, Mr. Meredith Is the 
son of H. Clarkson Meredith of 
Virginia Beach and th« late Mrs. 
Marshall Homes Meredltli. 

Ceeil-Eisenbath 
Wedding in May 

Mr. and .Mrs, CSiarlra Edg»r l&r- 
rell announce the engagoxient of 
tJielr daughter, Miss Evelyn I^tsy 
Cecil, to Henry John Elsenteth. 

Mr. BlsenhaCh la the son of Mra. 
Mary A. Blsenbath and the late 
Henry L, Eisraibath. 

Miss Cecil is the granddaughter 
of Mrs. Dora Bensten and the late 
Richard B. Bensten. She is a grad- 
uate at Granby High Scliool and 
Is employed by the Chesapeake & 
Potomac Telephone C^mifMiny. 

Mr. Elsenlrath is a graduate of 
William CuUen .MoBride School In 
St. Louis. Mo. AfU^r mtumlng 
from service H^tl»e United States 
Air Force; he r^umed his employ- 
nwent with Piedmont Airlines hi 
Norfolk. He is employed with 
Piedmont In Cincinnati, Ohio. 

The wedding will take place in 
May; ^^ ^ ^ - 



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The newest In sportswear for yoti— 

s-t-r-e-t-c-h pants for flattering fit 

$17.95 

knee-tickler stitch«i down pleated skirts 

$9.98 . 

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VIRGINIA BEACH SUrUMEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1961 



Survey Is Set 
Oo Recreatioli 

Mrs. Anne C, Wally will condwe* 
the third m a seri^ of four sam- 
pl« mrv^m on the recreatloMl ac- 
thfltle*^ the ^^nerlcan people 
Ikt* tt w»s announced today by 
IHrtclor Jfl^i* R. Norwood ot the 
U. S.X«(wus Bureau'a regional of- 
fice ^t CtaTlotte, NjC. The two 
{MwlcKtt gurveys in the seriea 
were conducted in 8e|^ember and 
Noven*er of 1980 with the final 
one Bchedutod lor June (tf this 
year. 

The recreational surveys are be- 
ing carried out locally and in 3M 
other areas of the country by the 
Censug Bureau for the Outdoor 
Recreation Bef^urces Review Com- 
mission, a special temporary gov- 
ernment body established by the 
Congrem to recommend policies 
and prt^rams to meet future needs 
for both public and private out- 
door recreation opportunities. 

Menrbes ot t number of local 
famlHes, selected by means of the 
Census Bureau's sscientlflc sampl- 
ing program, rill be- Interviewed 
regarding their outdoor receation- 
al activities. Topics to be covered 
Include vacation trips away from 
home, other trips for outdoor rec- 
reation, othfer recreational activi- 
ties, and family ownerahlp of i 
recreational equipment, Informa- 1 
tlon will be collected on the length 
of vacations, time of year vaca- 
tions are taken, distances traveled, 
expenditures, and related Items. 



Hone Federal's Expanited Unit 
To Serve As New Home Office 




Home Federal's New Headquarters 



BEACH 

THEATRE 

«tth and AlliANTIC 

TODAY, FRIDAY 
amf SATUKDAY 
MARCH 2, 3,4 

THE GREAT 
IMPOSTOR 

Tony Curtis 
Joan Blackman 

Peattare«: tM 4:M «:00 SKW 10:00^ 
ADVAKCBD PR1CS»I 

SUNDAY, MONDAY 
ind TUeSDAY 

A FEVER IN 
TilE BLODD 

STAimNO WSDNESDAY 

THE WORLD 01^ 
SUZIE WONG 



BAYNE 

THEATRE 

17^1 aad ATLANTIC 

MARCH 3, 4 
JD^ubb FMfurv 

TARZAN'S 
ADVENTURE 

S pace ChildrM i 

SUNDAY, MONDAY 
and TUESDAY 

MA8CHJ,A^Z^ 

THE GREAT 
IMPOSTOR 

Tony Curtis 
Joan Blackman 

MatarmK feWMt «Q0 am IMfl 

ADVAKCn> PRKMW 

WBmi^>AY«nd 

wmsKf 

MI^Mf, 9 

VERTIGO 

James Stewart 
ICim htovak 



A major addition and comfrfete 
remodeling of the Boush Street 
and Brambleton Ave. office of 
Home Federal Savings and Loan 
A««ooiation will start soon. 

J. R. Sears, chainnan of the 
board, announced yesterday that 
a contract for the construction of 
the new addition has been signed 
with W. A. Hall & Co. Inc., gen- 
eral contractor. 

T. David FIt»<Jlbbon, architect, 
is completing plans for the new 
building which will follow the 
colonial Williamsburg styling of 
the present sructune. 

The building will be extended to 
the Boush Street building line and 
an addition of 30 f#et will be made 
on the north end of the structure. 
Size of the building will be in- 
creased nearly three-fold. When 
completed It will contain approxi- 
mately 18,000 square feet c# office 
lobby and work sp^ce. 

A large portico, with white 
marble columns, will serve as cor- 
ner entrance. 

Bears says if>eclal roon^ to 
house automation equipment to be 
used In the future operations will 
be provided. _^ _ . 

Two bulMiJig8"formerly~dccu- 
pled by insurance companies and 
Travelers* Aid are now l>elng de- 
molished, raese buildings adjacent 
to the WTAR building will be 
leveled to create more parking 
area. 

When completed the enlarged 
butlddng will serve as h'bme office 
for the $30-mllllon plus Associa- 
tion. The present office at 112 W. 
York Sti-eet will be consolidated in 
the Baush Street and Brambleton 
Ave. location. 

Sears report.s cost for remodeling 
sod enlargement fas ex3)ected to ex- 
ce«i 9^0,000. It is anticipated 
work will be completed early In 
1062. 

Home Pederal, Norfolk's oldest 
savings and. ban association, Is 
celebrating Hs 75th anniversary 



this year. Branch offices are op- 
erated at 6ff24 Viri^nia Beach 
Blvd.; 3511 High Street, Port^ 
mouth; Newport News; Hampton 
and Suffolk. 

Happy Days School 
Fetes Two Children 

Februai-y was a short month but ! 
one filled with many good things 
for the children at Happy I^ys 
School. Two birthdays, honoring 
Len Lledom and Cindy Henry, . 
were celebrated. | 

Valentine Day w^as another big 
event. Other than giving of Valen- 
tine's the gupils of Mrs. Batchelort 
Class made ami l)aked Valentine 
cookies for the entire school. They 
were quite successful and they are 
now looking forward to a trip to 
the bakei^, _^_ _ 

A store pfojeS was Mihpleted 
with a trip to Sandy Beian^'s 
father's store at Virginia Beach. 
After the tour each child was giv- 
en a hat, a bag of potato chips and 
a carton of millt. 

The sunshine was welcwned by 
all, giving the children a chance 
to get ioutslde arid try the nftw 
playground equipment. " j 

DIJPUCATE BRIDCiE CLUB I 

WIN>'ER8 ARK ANNOUNCED i 

The winners of the Virginia 
Beach Duplicate Bridge Club, 
which plays each Tuesday eve- 
nings at 7:43 p.m. at the Dunes 
Motor Hotel. 

North-South, firs*, place — "Mrs. 
M. F. Dempewolf and Mr. Clarkson 
Meredith; second place — 'Mrs. Leo 
Bliley and Mrs. Caddie Walker, 
third place— 'Mrs, M. H. Marshall 
and Mrs. G. G. SimpMn. 

East-We.it, first place— Mr. and 
Mrs. Andrew Bwing; .«cond place- 
Mrs. Betty Atkinson and Mrs. Mar- 
garet Norfleet; third place — ^Mrs. 
M. F. Camp and Mrs. Kirk Walsh. 

All bridge players are invited. 



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Food Lecture Set At Larasjin 



Mrs. Elia»beth D. Deal, home 
demonstration agent for Princess 
Anne County will be at Larasan 
Realty Office at Princess Anne' 
Plaza tomorrow to distribute ma- 



if You Are Planning A 

DANCE 

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with Mrs. Deal and talk over the i 
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Lawrence A. Sancillo, President 
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Mrs. Deal, In explaining about 
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The ftpl>olntment of Mrs. WU- 
llara U. WHshlre, Jr. as Virginia 
Beacftf Arm Chatrman fw the 14th 
annual Duke University l^oyalty 
Fund Drive ha« been aniwuneed 
by Leon ». Ivey of Hickory, chair- 
man of the Ouke Matlonal Council. 

Mrs. Wllshlre U among 2tt5 such 
jjhalmjen w h o »« ap}»lntment« 
were announced by Ivey. Eaih wUl 
conduct campaign 'aetlvltle!! among 
asxlgned groups In his or h«r area. 

Ivey defcrlbed «m iBdlspen^ble, 
to the success of the campaign th« 
woj* of the thalrmen and their 
Committees. Goals of We lBGO«r 
campaign are $375,000 and 13.500 
donor*. 

' Oii March % klckoffg for ti»e area 
campaign.^ throughout the nation 
were held. Clialrmen and their 
wo;rker« will attempt tp contact 
per!*onaUy Duke alunml residing 
In their regions to aoUclt the un- 
restricted ftoanclal support needed 
annually by the Un*ver«lty. 

In addition to the alumni, pa- 
rents of DuKe fttwtents and friends 
of the Unlv^rHlty also participate 
In the annual giving pix^am. The 
amounts* given has become a sig- 
nificant part, of the UnlverHlty's 
annual operating budget. 

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l«B ranked «n.I«tently a. one of %,^,f. ,^l,7eaciirng contract;:. } ^^,J™„,V--h"S "e'r^ 

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Princess Anne firm's Top Job 



Bjr lAJXm GROTIl'H 

JuKt as oid<Une buaineR^f firms 
have boktered the steady and con- 
tinuing, fero\»'th of Princess Anne 



Mlowing up with the spark to 
keep the flanw afire and glowing. 
I Down at Princess Anne Court- 
house, a couple of comparative 
j-oungsters have taken over In the 
I tradition bf their forebears and 
I have gone Into a business which 
Is be^lnnimt to show handsome 



for e3timiple, fe< one of tho.-ie rare 
persons who was born in Wk»h- 
li^ftnn, DC. He plungetl into life 
the same Spring that the United 



County, the younger generation l« ^ l'?^„*''?,!^*ii!!!l!^?y5i* ^^Lill 



making him— according to an old 
er generation — an earlv tvpe War 
Baby. 

Like so many of that type, , he 
has i)ec<ime part and fwrcel of our 
nation'K growth. Towers was for- 
tunate to have parents wbo de- 
c1<led to move to .Norfolk in time 
for hlra to attend iMauiy High 



St«t««, from the i^tandpoint of 
alumni participation. 

The last, diive exceeded $350,000 
for ttie first time when more than 
40 per cent of Duke'.s fonner jstu- 
dent* contributed. 



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will that are bound to tome fra 
such a meeting of the generation! 

Prlfl«e«s Anne Plumbing and 
Electrical Suppliers, Inc., is owned 
and operated by W. L. TowerB, 
who ha« just turned 40. and Prank 
Kellam. Jr.. who ha.s just turned 
'X. They are president and secre- 
taiy, respectively, of the firm. 

With considerable pride they 
point to the fait thirt plder hand-s 
help them at the hehn, Frank Kel- 
lam, Sr., is treasure!-, next door; 
neighbor and advisor. A cousin. ; 
Floyd E. Kellam Jr., is vice presi- 
dent. 

Big Hervlce Job 

The enterprise of the young 
firm— and lt» soJld business meth- 
ods are exemplified by its success- 
ful bid tffr the plumbing, heathig 
and air conditioning contract for 
the n#w Fort Liee ^mmunlcatlons 
center, near Pete^burg. ' 

Ttl^t Job, recei*tly completed 
far ttur Armjr KStirpB of rnKgOwtts, 
mark* tliefr 1oi^«st trek from 
Prin^ss Aflnf headquarters and 
their bl^pst fto far. In monetary 
return. 

Faced with the fact that they 
are In a highly competitive line of 
work. Towers antf Kellam are 
^rong In 4he market with Ihein 
bids on heavy conMnercial .supply 
work to sch<kil,<«, hOBpltals, hotels 
motels and other types of more or 
Iws puijllc construction enter- 
prises. 

fHayoAt-Homes, 1>oq 

Despite their spreading artlvi- 
ties, however, these two young 
men are quiet to point out. tbst 
they feature a complete iwrvlce and 
reiwir Apartment on an around- 
the<lock basis. 

How does' this sdrt of hasiness 
collaboration come 'about? Towers. 




wWi E^y-b-Ufltta^s^ Photos, Facts, Figures 

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Gladys Pitt. 

They live in the T^roughgood 
district with their son. W.L.. Jr., 
who is giving every indication that 
the next generation will be allrlght 
too. 

An 18-year-old ^udent at Prin- 
ces.* Anne High, he Is vice-presi- 
dent of the Hl-Y. master counsellor 
of hlii De.Molay chapter and presi- 
dent of the youth fellowship at 
Thalia Trinity Pre*yterian 
Church. 

GttBl To Attala 

He will have <to ^^p fast to keep 
In line. His father, wtio does most 
of the estimating for Princess 
Anne Plumbing & Electrical, and 
his mother are setting some. pretty 
rugged marks fdr the young mart 
to meet. 

Towers, Sr.. Is ruling eltter of 
his congregation and chairman of 
the building committee. Somebody 
remarked that when Tower^ 
j wasn't busy helping U^^ngiitters 
I build Mwnmunj^tion? centers he 
was sweating to help God build 
churches. ^ 

Mother is coordinator of the 
Women of the Church. 

Father Is well equipped with a 
broad experience for the business 
he helped take over in 1^4. Ue- 
forie that be had learned literally 
from the ground up by working 
four years for the District of Co- 
lumbia Highway Department. La- 
ter, he wa« with the Post Office 
Department In Norfolk 'before join- 
ing tJie Crane Co., where he glean- 
ed much of tte technical knowl- 
edge which stands him In such 
good .stead now. 

Voung Kellam. only 10 years his 
partner's junior, makes an oldster 
wonder how marty generations 
there are these days. Where Tow- 
era offers the experience of the 
difference in ages, Kellam affords 
the local Icnowldge natural to a 
home-grown boy. 

He looks fj-esh out of college and 
almost qualifies. He entered the 
business, which had been sorted 
by others in lfM6, a yean after his 
colleague and short^ afer grad- 
uating from Duke Utii^erslty with 
a BA. degree in Economics, 
tkdiool Atklete 

Kellam won letters at Kemps- 
ville In ba.seMll and basketball 
andJlkai to e^ over to Back Bay 
to huh* or fish whenever he gets 
the chance. A fellow In a hurry 
doesn't dare mention "Chesapeake 
VAX Retriever" around him untess 
he'ls willing to be late for his next 
appointment. 

Close to the earth of Princess 
.\nne County, as his folks have 
lieen for generations, it is quite 
natural that his heart is here also. 
He married Bessie Salmons from, 
ibe Back Bay section of the a>unty 
and tbey live at th^ Ctourthouse 
with their daughter, Mary Su.Mn, 
wta is a sprightly three y^ear?. 

This home, too, is actlvre in com- 
munity chur«h work, giving al- 
legian(» to Nlmrw> Methodist. 

•Rje oldsters rtlU doesn't know 
liow many generations there are 
at liand but they are pretty sure 
that the future <jf Prliwess Anne 
Countv Is in pretty good handfl. 



3 London Bridgers 
Oa Vm Honor list 

Tlyee cadets from London Bridge 
have been named to the academic 
honor list at. Virginia Milltarj- In- 
stltute for the first semester. 
TJwre were TO cadets comprising 
the honor list, OT of than coming 
from Virginia. A breakdown of the 
total by clas-ses showed i\ caMeta 
from the first class, 27 from the 
i^fflond class.' 18 faom the thtrd 
cltts, and four from tlw "raf or 
fourtb dam. 

The honor students from tendon 
Bridge are: from the flret class, 
Afih^ Brook Taylor HI. a i^tegy 
major, an4 froia the mooM cltts, 
John Wfliiam $^tm, « cbwalrtry 
major, and Jenwi M««haH Wood, 
Jr., a hirtory iwijor. 



Seninr Citizens 
Weeic Is Slated 
By Optometrists 

New and better ways found in 
scientific research during the past 
decade for iir^Mvtllg. tlw vteion 
of older persons are being high- 
lighted this week In a public sei-v- , 
ice sponsored by the Tidewater 
Council of Optometry. 

I>r. Jlobert 0»le, Pr^ldent an-; 
nouncetl that his group is joining ' 
the American Qptometrlc Assocla-1 
tlon and others across the nation 
in Ijeaming both a tribute and an 
educational effort to senior cltleens 
during national '^ve Your Vision 
Week". The week's pmgram. 
March S-JI, l«ll bas thf ih*-me. 
"See More Tears". 

"Senior Citizens have a great 
contribution to make to our com* 
munlty through the maturity of 
Judgment and valualile experience 
thev have acquired over the years", 
said Dr. Gale. ''But many of them, 
m fact. m<i8t of them, need vision 
ald« to cope with the vLslon de. 
flclencies which ac«>mpany agtrig 
of the eyes." 

Currently there ai'e more than 
Hi million' men and women past 
the age of 6S in the United 
States. There were only 12 million 
in that age group in l»50. Dr. Gale 
.said the numliers ar-e predicted to 
continue a rajrfd growth pattern 
until there are more than M mit 
lion persons over 0§ by the year 
2000. 

"aiost eye» start chan^ng tbeir 
phvslcai; charadterfstte around the- 
age of 40". mSA Dr. Gale. "Th« 
change fat stew BJid the Wrst 0$^ 
of nee<ling eye care are usually ' 
small dliscorafoJts when doing 
c1o.sc work or t\ol\ being al)!e t« ; 
concentrate on reading." j 

He emph^ized that periodic! 
professional examinations are es-j 
sentiaf lo keep vision ad justnients 1 
on par wRh seeing jobs tl» eyesi 
must do. He recommeneted check-] 
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Commenting on' the new sctentf- 
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person.s, Dr. Gale said 75 per cent! 
of the persons considered bliml! 
have some degree of sight; th#t Is. i 
thev are able to per<»lve somei 
degree of Ugirt, birt are not able to ] 
dtetingulsh objects clearly. 

He said 77 percent of these par- 
tiallv sli^ted pensons can be 0ven 
Kulwkantlal. improvements throuf^i 
vision aids antts^oraetrtc rehabll- 
I Ration, 'th^ oar' be rwlWfed toj 
i«elf-8Ufflcieney and almost normal] 
lives, he said, Irte vision aWs most , 
frequently used In these ca.se8 are 
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VAT GODWIX 

Prom F^miary 271* thrdu^ 
}«iter<^ I. the Virginia Methodtet 
Conference minister's prayer re- 
treat wa« held at TTie Virginia 
Methodist Assembly Center at 
BI^Mtone. The Rev. Stuart A-' 
Johnston, reator of Beech Grove 
Methodiat (SJurch, was in attend- 
ance,, 

•Mr. and Mrs. LesUe Bradshaw 
gpent the weekend with Mr. Brad- 
^MLwIt brother and gi!rter-In'<law, 
Mr. and Mrsi John Bradshaw. in 
Aden. NX?. 

Tteursday, February 23. 1961, 
The Girl Scout neighborhood 
members had a luncheon at Hurd's 
"Wie ones that attended from the 
Ctourt House troops were Mrs. 
Luther Reynolds, Mrs. Watter Mc 
Donald, Mrs. Charles ICeMy aad 
Mis. RUi^tt Lee. 



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6:30.?:00 a.m.— Ctontinental CSaaa* 
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10:304 1«0 ajn. — "Way Yowr 
Huiwh"; Merv Griffin. 

ll.-00-ll-.ao a.m.— "Tl» Price U 
Rl|^t"j Bill CnUen. 

V3>m\t-m p.ffl.— -"K Could Be 
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SuMby 

6«0>«:30 p.m.— "Meet The Pr^" 

im^-m p.Tn. — "The Shirley 
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SHXKIOKW p.m. — "The Dinah 
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Wednesday 

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©.DO-IO^O p.m. — 'Terry CcHHO'a 
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ftOO-10^ pjn/— "T^e Bell Tele- 



plwne Ifeur" (AM««rtlng witll 

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10:30 -12.«0 a.m. — "The Big 

Movie". 

Children's Propam 
For Disney Picture 

Children may see Walt Disney's 
colw film, "Davy Crockett. King 
of the Wild Frontier," this- ftitur- 
day. March 4th at 10-.30 a.m. at the 
Vir^nia Bea<aj High School Audi- 
torium. Davy Crockett is the ac- 
tlon-packedr story of a fabulous 
fighting man. The film infers 
'American history In authentic set- 
tings, high adventure, and that all 
time musical hit, »The Ballard of 
Davy Crockett." 

The children's Movie ProgrMi la 
a bi-monthly affair which is spon- 
sored by the Virginia Beach Art 
Association. The nvovie will end 
at 12 noon. Children not having 
season tickets may buy an ad- 
mittance ticket for 25 caito. 



570 In County 
Will Help Mark 
4-H Club Week 

Being celebrated March 4th 
through nth in Virginia and 4© 
other States Is a special event of 
real significance to millions of 
Americans. It l.i« National 4-iH Club 
Week. During National 4-H Club 
Week, the five hundred and seven- 
ty 4^H meWbers in Princess Anne 
dounty will join the 72.500 of their 
fellows In Virginia and 2,250.000 
throughout the Nation In a variety 
of activities designed to call pub- 
lic attention to the achievements 
of the 4^H Clubs and to the advan- 
tages of -4-11 Club membership for 
other boys and girls not yet en- 
rolled In the organliatlon. 

The 4« Clubs are an organiza- 
tion of young people Interested In 
learning by actual practice how to 
be better farmers, better home- 
makers, and better citizens. They 
work In ctoite eantact with the 
Agricultural Ejctenslon Service and 
the agricultural experiment sta- 
tions. They benefit ftx)m the guid- 
ance and cooperation of the public 
education sy.ntenji civic groups; 



Births at 6^ Hc^MUil 

Frfj. K>-Mr. and Mw. Iteyal 
Alton, Route 1/ ]9o5t Zast^ Lyiui- 
haven, Virginia; boy. 

Feb. 22— Olr. andMwi. Wdiard 
Edwards, 114 Wirt ».. C5^ girl. 

Feb. a— 'Mr. and Mrs. Willaee 
Bare, SmHty'a Trailer Court, Lott 
77, Va. Beach Blvd., NortoHf. Vir- 
ginia; boy. 

Feb. 27— Mr. and »h^ Aubwy 
Cason, 950 Mayo Rd, Norlott; boy. 



city, county, State, and federal 
governmental org^nitatkjn; and 
business and iadustry leaders. 
They have as volunteer leaders in 
the activities thousands of farm- 
ers, homemakers, and bther adults 
Inter^ted in the future of Vir- 
ginia's young pepole. 

The 4-H Clubs have pioneered 
many Improveraenti! In farming 
and honwmaklng in IrtHncess Anne. 
But no less hnportant Is the char- 
acter building that results from 
membership and active participa- 
tion In 441 work. Many former 4-H 
members now ho 1 d prominent 
places in agrtenlture ai^ other 
walks of life. 

There Is a place in 4-H work for 
many thou/sands ■«f other ybung 
people and for many other adults 
who want to n«ke a wjntrlbutlon 
to the welfare of youth and tht 
progress of Virginia by lending a 
hand with 4-H work. 



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Savins A Loaa AMWciaiion 

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THE COMMUNITIES WE SERVE 





Dxaing 1960 — our Ast ftdl yaar <rf iBWge(r<8>wa UoB 8 w it| i th a 
former Virgyan Railway — tlia N&W has bedome a stronger, a»»» 
^Ideiit awl mor^ i»oductive trampmrtatkm system, i»oviding bettor 
servke for coninumt^ aI<Hig ite lines. H«e are son» higU^to 
of last year's operatuin awl aorvioe. 

As a going raiUtwd. the N&W haukd 17,000,000 TONS OF MER. 
CHANDKE FREIGHT ... raw mat«rials for your factcMies . . . 
scores of tiiu^ you needed for ymirfamib^. . .millions of tons of the 
prolilfcts y«i. mwntfacfaued, grew and mined were delivered to 
markets of ^ natton ami tiie irorld. 

Moved 61,900,000 TONS OF COAL AND COKE ... to keep 
factory wheeto turrang, tot ^lerate electekaty, to l^it schools, 
hospitals and hon^s, to help make steel and countfesB oUier products. 

As a ^ing industry and employer, the N&W jaid $102,800,000 
IN WAGES. SALARIES AND FRINGE B^ffiFHB^ to^ its «a. 
^lay^e^ — ywt fnmS» ami nogfabon . . . raihtnd dollars that 
l^ped to bo(»t yotir oommunity's e&uxomy. 

Spent |41,«»,000 FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS tojbui^ 
a bett®, mare effident railn^ ... for i»w cara and l<xx>motivM^ 
eapt^ed yards, aiUitHMial induslTud ddings, mc»e modem a»n- 
mttttMtkn»ai^otib«bett«rmttits. . . phis ^,0«.06O FOR IKJP- 
PUES weA in day to day op«ataon and maintwance. Tlwae 
IMrdwaw r^ant busing for local morciiants, awvice industrws, 
mpptors aiMi ^OQ^cios. 

As a ^mg industrial developer, tiie N&W Wped to bring 236 
NEW AND EXPANDED PLANTB alwig its lines . . . wittx an 
inveetnwnt of |iei300,0(», creating 8,464 jol». TTie N&W spent 



«eg» thaa »1,000,000 g» indtt s fafial devdop ment, ^ie£«d»u3ed itB 
InduMrial D^Murtment^i^ b^^ a two-year survey with Fantus 
Area Reseaix^ ^ manufacturing pot^tud tiiroughout ti» mkth» 
tttrritiay. 

As agoing dtis^, ^ N&W is paying a TAX BILL of $48,600,000 
to fodoal, state, conununity and county govemmraats . . . nukoad 
tat dollars that hdp pay for schools* highways, police and fin pro* 
tectfon, psrks, Cranes and otimr imblic b«Q^^ 

Friends and a}st(»fi«rs of the Norfolk and Western hi hundreds d 
comnwu^ties l^ped us to make tl^ee thinp pebble. To them we 
ptedge cnir rontinMd efforts for increasingly better aovice, awl to 
tJkeir (x»nmunitieB, we pledge our c(mtinued coopcaratkm in working 
for growth and progrew. 



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K. L JAM) Miofi* GA 8.2724 



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Fuel Oil Service? 

Call: FUEL FEED 

GA 84222 





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S0M-NSW8 rdbn laomiR 

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PUBUC INVITED YEAR ROUND 



THE 




Ocean Scope Dining Room 

ON THE OCEAN at 35th STREET 

PRIVATE DINING - MEETING ~ PARTY ROOMS 

C^niou the MJedt . • . 

SEA FOOD • PRIME STEAKS • DRICACIES 
Popular Priced '^ ' 

l^em mu kgar it a fain and a fain . , . /m« ogsl food is 
7:1 S A.M. to 9:00 P.M. • 365 Days In th« Ymt 




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During the Lenten S«m^ m<- 
foods ar« alwrays tht answer to k* 
many of our Lenten menu pn^ 
lems, 

Mere «re others to help you plan 
those menus. 



Bisctrit-toiv>ed eancralo. igdi at Mnrty Two-in-One Shriirv CaaaenH 
have plenty of appetite appMti. 

The tempting biscuit topi^ng Invites you to oijoy every bite. Shrtfim, 
tomatoes, greoi pewer, onion wid American cheese make this an especially 
flavorful tmUi Arit. Serve with lettuce wildcat, Frtneh dressing, yWr fwoiMI 
bcveraceaadlemaiKncoiiiitcaMdiMrarardeaiet, * 

To Mve thne. brfce the drop btn^ «Mt enr^Md adf-rising (kw. YouVe 
assured erf twking success becauaistf-riskif Aaur ahcady oontaiils the proper 
blend dl baking powcjo' and salt. Nutritiorwlly, it's bnporttnt, too, as a wriu- 
able sotrce cf C4Uctum, food iron and three enendal B-vitamins. 



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Mett butter or nwrgirine in I«-ae smcqswi. Add grem fx|ifier and onion and 
cool< about $ mbwtes. Btend in floMT aMrpeppv. KAx in ttsmatoa and cook 
until thickened, stirring constantly, Btend in cheese. Add riwimp and pas. 
Let simmer while preparing Drop KscMits, Sift fltour into bo«4 Qit or r\A in 
^wrtenlr^ until mixture is cn«r^>ly. Add omm^ n^Hc to make a soft diau^i. 
Pour dvknp mixture inu> gre«Kd l-wart cancreke. Drop Uscuit do«^ by 
taUespoonfdson top of hot c^aerok. mish biscuio with butttr or Riuswtne. 
Bake in hot oven (458'P.} about X) minute. Makes 4 servings. 

Among the world's most delcoablc M tt tbe halilMi^ Mied kttm Am 
cold waters of the North Pacific and Nofdi AtiAtfc Mmi haiaMttCpnca 
from our West Coast, but modem metbods of frcc^is, pac tagag imi 
distribution have made it available throuahout ttia O^ced SlaJ^ wd it 
is sold chiefly in «tcak form. BniUu airi Mkiag aea boA rapaa tMtiwkA 
for th:s,temkr white-aMa»d firii.TM teoUiot tadpe dUrt f^lowa cm b^ 
uwd not only for ludibu^ bat alio lor oihn in»«eA«d fiA iMaitt Vkt 
cod, haddock, swonMi and lal^im. &eaia «e pncxfoiUy • ae-wHi* 
food as there Is (Miy tkc fca^bpM fo ^ew aariV. Adocillte to ite Naw 
tkteal Fisbvm IiH^tal^ ^Mc ponAd irf ift iteaia wfllNcw obiti 

MOii£o nai shaks 

Place 3 or 4 idl ^•ki ia preheated bn^* MB. I^mIi 'wM 
aattie by tnixiog eopedicf 3 tabk^^ooM w^aa bittlat tm mufm^i, 
Vi Hxqwoa nit, H «M#oo« V^fS*tt H tea iMaa WafenHriifat Mnra 
and 1 tsU»poon ImehM |«tefe ^MX pan in Mflitf'l uhIm* frMn bctt 
and broil ) nuouces. T«(S WmI^ t»i^ a|^ «Ml a^^b n4 N^ 3 
to $ ntioutes loofer. or uadt M f ai»t otftty w^ mM wiAi a feck. 



SbIwom RJe^ ft Cbeeae CMa«reie 

1 patatipe (10k».), fnosen cauH' 
flower 

2 tablespoons 1>uttef _ 

1 cup chopped onions 

3 ct^ tiook^ rice 

2 cu{te (2 7|.oz. caite} salmon, 
drained and baaed 

H ctip pittert Hpe ottves 

1 cup pitted ripe oltvte 

1 teaspoon salt 

i teaspoon pepper 
34Mlnute Cheese Sauce 

Cook cauliflower according to 
package directions. Drain. If nec- 
essary. i-Melt butter. tAdd celery aiHt 
onion« and cook over medium heat 
10 minutes. Add cauliflower ami 
remaining ingredtents; ifibt well. 
Turn Into buttered ^Hjuart ^laae- 
j^te. Bake in ^^rate cLvta 
(350') 3» minutes. 



^Ikute Cheeae Saaee 
If cups (large can) undiluted 
evaporated milk 

1 teaspoon salt 

2 cups (about 8 ozs.) grated pro- 
cMsed American cfheese 

Simmer evaporated milk and 
salt in saucepan over low heat to 
just below boiling (about 2 min- 
utes). Add cheese.' Stir until 
cheese melts (about 1 minute long- 
er). Makes atwut 2i cups. 



(or 2 
frtMen 



8a«teed Ptoh with aavorr 
*■ Cik^Me 8a«M 

(Makes S .servlnn^) 
2 e^, beaten 
2 tiMespoons lemon juice 

1 teaspoon salt 
i tea^HMn pepper 

2 taWe^JOons water ^ 
2 pounds flounder fillet 

packages, (l-lb. each) 
flounder, thawed) 
Fine dry bread crumls 

I cup butter 
3-ldinute Clwese Sauce 

i cup chopped canned plmientoa 

1 cup drained sweet pickle relMi 

I cup chopped pamley 
Conastne eg^, lemttt jukw, salt, 
pepper and water; mix weH. Coat 
fish with egg mixture. Dip fish in 
bread cruni^. Melt butler and add 
fish. CwM 3-4 minutes on each 
side, or until golden "brown. Mean* 
while, combine remaining ingred- 
ients and lieat to serving tempera- 
ture, stirring frequently. Serve 
fish with cheese sauce. 



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TO RELIABLE BUSINESS PLACES 



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GA 8-6363 




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Texaco Heating Oils 

Autonrwtie Delivery 

GA 8.155S«-OeMna, Va. 




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Plumbing and Heating 

Repair service and supplies 

warm air duct heatlrtg 

Chrysler Air Conditioning 

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WE SERVfCE WHAT WE 8EU. 

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Call OA 8.^01 
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810 AH^ Am., W^^ 
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GA 8-1641 




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—Repaired — VUOmk^ 

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UNlante Cheese Banee 

li cu{^ (large can) undiluted 
evaporated milk 

i Ma^joMi salt 

2 cups (about 8 02S.) ^ated pro- 
cessed A-merican cheese. 

Simmer evaporated mlMc and .salt 
in saucepan over low heat to just 
bekrw boiling (about 2 minutes). 
Add cheese. Stir until cheese melts 
(about 1 minute longer). .Makes 
about 2| cups. 



iiTK^ttt 
'Worki of 
Slide Wonf* 

"Tlie W«rtd ol 6u«lfr W«9g." 
sMrrta^ Wttfaim Holden and H«n^ 
Kwan iB the film vawlon of tht 
ba»t<MlUng iMvtfl «id St^adway 
M^a Mt, will b« the attraction at 
the. Bea<* Thaa/ire, atartlng 
Wednewlay. 

FUmed In Teehnleelor In ttong 
Kong, the atory of a OilnaM |^ 
BtM) her love for an Ai«arl««n ar- 
tlat WW writtao for the scrawi ^ 
Pulitzw FM^-wlnner John I%t. 
ricrit, author of an earlier Holden 
triumph, "ijove Is a Many %1M)> 
^kM«d th\nt^ T*» Pa»an»tt«t Pte- 
turea co>itars Sylvia Syma and lih- 
chael Wilding. 

HoU^n raakea his ftrst weft^n 
igqpmranca in wKt than a year In 
the attraction. Now i^sldlng wlto 
his family in Swlt^rland. the 
Aca^my Award - wtnnlng atar 
•pends miKh of his ft^ee time roasi- 
iitt the world, wljm 4he Ori^tA and 
Afirka ctosest to his heart. 

ITie se)ectU>n of Nancy K^r«it 
for the tllle role fn "The W<»rb 
of Suzie Wong" was the Ctodcrelta 
story of the y^. A Auraalaa 
beauty of Chltjeae and Britlah 
parentage, she was the winner erf 
a wMld-wlde tatent hunt. 

I nil M II I— »I>M-^— IM^— -^IM^^a^M^wt 

Garden Club Meets 
With Mrs. BurreU 

"Hje Fi^ruary tneettng of The 
Cape Henry - by - the • Sm Cl«rden 
Glub was held at the home of Mrs. 
J. H. Burrell, 206 MIfa Street, on 
Monday. 

"Oie President, Un. Delmar John 
Dee, Sr. presided. ' 

•nw meeting was opened bv Mi*. 
Pauline Battley, who led the cIiA'a 
prayer. 

Two visitors, Mrs. W. F. Apple- 
by Jr., and Mrs. M. K. Crockett, 
were welcomed by the president. 

Mrs. M. W. Nordllnger, record- 
ing isecretarv read a letter froQ} 
Eastern State Hosfrftal. WilHanfc- 
burg, Va. thanking the church for 
garden tools sent to the men's 
ward. 

Mrs. Joe Watson. Mrs. Creorge 
Dana and Mi^. Mabel G. E^vla 
were appointed to select a 1961-^ 
slate otf officers to be voted on at 
the next meeUng at Mrs, Dana's 
hom^ 1120 Brunswick avenue, 
Norfolk, Matt* 13 at llr» a.m. 

After the business meeting, a 
deUdous luncheon was served by 
Mrs. Burrell and co-hostesses Mrs. 
C. L. Ackiss and Mrs. Nordlln^r. 

*tau Oockett entertained the 
members with colored slides of her 
beautiful garden of flowers and 
Wrds. 

The March meeting will be heW 
1^ Mrs. Dana's home, IIM Brum- 
wiek ave., Norfolk. March 13 at 
ll'.» am. 

• UGALNOnCB 




iwiniMmBn 
ByBsyShon 

'fite iaf AHra WMba Oub ef 
vii^HB WMft iMi « Fabntaiy 
n at the hoMi of Nw. Mtiii % 
Jarrett with Uvk James H, Van 
(jQon as a>^artMs, 

Two new merrtiera #«re irtl- 
<xMn«d to the grouj), Mra, H. H. 
tten^rson and Mrs. Walter ^m. 

JiFi. Ikhtibnd CreekRKire, an JJ«t- 
rary nwtnbM'. vthi jMsent, 
Mrs. Oeori^ M. HaWes won a 
MiM MhboA for hw* arriiti^nfent 
la tte ipoup "Gift tmm the Sea" 
and Mrs. M. E. Bowman "mm a 
yellvtr ribbon in the wuy "H^^- 
en Kapen". lira. Qeot^ M. 
Hswes took a red rtbtion f» a 
•pacteen of Camettte Japonloa. 

Mrs. h- U' Oaputo matte a talk 
Ml '^^pteMa Art" and dfnmi- 
strata^ nost del^Ute% Iqr atrv- 
ing ttmwa . ftmft 'MKi^tMies. A 
nMMl UtcHto^JtequU was ci«aMd 
wtth a stea ht eelery, a blossom 
of turnip that hM a ,Ut of onrot 
In the center to osmfkntM tba bioem 
and gibve the ntcaaaar y ^lor. 



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cate OesBt ^ Ihe Cwmiy ol 9f^ 
Am^ «* ttw sa iar al Mb- 
Hit 

WfCmM'L WKA2^^. 

it plaintiff 

m MARY WHALSN, 

OefeBdast 
OHMat Off PimUCAtlOM 

TIM dbtact of this ault it to irth 
tain a mot» a vinculo oatri- 
nonti ft-oai tte aaM 4iiailriaM, 
upon the prounda d ^tesertkHi. 

And ah affUMivh ftavliw bees 
made and filed that the dmodaat 
Is not a resident of the iKate of 
Yli^ma. the last known p(»t of- 
fict addrmi being 4002 Snt St, 
8.E, Washlni^n, HC 

It la ordered tiiat she As ap^ar 
here wltUn tM (10) days alter 
due pubUcaticm hereof, and do 
what may be newwrtry to^pt^teet 
her Interest In this suit. 

A Copy— 'Teste: 
JOttN V. Pffi^TRESB, aerk 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Parsons. Stant & I^rsons, p.q. 
Maritkne Tower 
Norfolk, Vlr0nte 1-9M 



In execution of a certain 
of trust, dated April V. iMC !«• 
rtiriled in the Clerk's. Office o( the 
Circuit Court ot the Couhty of 
Princess Anne, In Deed Book 449. 
Page iBtt, dafaatt having bMn 
nude In the Mrmtnt of the daht 
therein alKur«d, Mid befng re- 
oulned by ttai bawenclary so to do, 
the undersigned trustee will sail 
at Public Auction, at the front door 
of the Cttjr Hall, Arettc AvoHue, 
between Itth and 20th fitre«t«. Vir- 
ginia fieach, Virginia, on tha Ctnd 
day of March, 1981. at 12 o'clock 
n<K>n, the realsirtate kaawft, itaun- 
bered and da^^MM-M Lot Ho, 
Nine m WUM$, "J", as ahown 
on ttm v^t MiUtM '*!^at of Ru- 
de* Jfeiii^, PMoena Antie Own* 
ty, Vli^la, D«e«i*w, laW", 
which sald^at Is of nwtd Ih tbe 
aforesaid (^k's iXIkm In Map 

Boole », it ^tie m. mmrmm is 

made to aaid 4B<ld Im* a Aork fiar- 
tkular daas^aeii of Mid real 
eaUie. 



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COLDS 

Reteve id^ «4 ftim W o»lds with 
STANBACK TMm or Po^wlers. 
Alio uie as gar^ for sore throat 
diMS » eHds. STANBACK'S S. A. 
(Syms^USe An^im) rKlu^s fevo-, 
brittttf atttr. mm eem$k^ iriM. 
RertiTgfcsr ■ .vt ma Mt rn k wUk 
STAHBAOl! 



COIWiDNWBALTH OF VIRGIXIA, 
hi Uw < lerk's Office of the Cir- 
aril CoBrt of the County of Pria- 
ceaa Aaae, <mi the 14th day tf 
fVbrafary, IMl. 
SMi MILLER, . PlalnUff 

agilnst 
JOMPfUNE SHOOK MILLES; 

Defendant 
MtDISR OF PUBMCATION 
The object of this suit Is to ob« 
tain a divorce from bed and board 
to he later merged Into a divorce 
frtmi the bonds of matrimony from 
said the defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion* 

And an affidavit, having be^t 
made and filed that the defendant 
Is not a resident of the State of 
Vli^lnia, the last Itnown post of- 
fice iwldre.^ being c/o Mr. Fred 
Pope Claremoni. North Carolina. 

It Is ordered that she* do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her Interest In this suit. 
A Ctqnr-^I^nrte: 
JOIfiS' V. FUST^IiSS, Clerk 
By: Mary M. White. D. C. 
Rotoert Lee Simpson, p.q. 
Beach Theatre Blulding 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 2-23-41 




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salt Oflttrt ot tfM (satatir of jm*. 

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GBgfUH: KBimv IMHMMf. 

afBlnst « PWntlff 

ARRIG a LANGLBY, Dcfefttent 
ORDER or PVBLK'AlfOH 
The object of this suit hi to ob- 
tain a divorce a vimnilo matri- 
monii from the tmUi defendant 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tii« d^mdaat 
la not a resident of the mm ^ 
Vli^inla, the last known post of- 
fice address being Apt. No. 1, 4W 
Kennedy mree^ N.W., Wa^taj^NB, 
II, DiC. ' 

It is ordwed that she do 9figmf 
here within ten (10) days afttf 
due publication hereof, and 
what may be neceMsry to protect 
her Interest in this suit. 

A C^y— ^«»te: 
JOHN V. ¥9immm. Clerk 
By: Maiy M. White, DjC. 
P. W. Ackl«, p4|. 
2413 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach. VM-glnia 3-lMt 



COMMONWBAI^TO Of VUteiHIA^ 
ia tlie ^niii« Ottlee of ^ Cb>' 

cBlt Court of the Coaaty of h*i. 
mm Anar , cm the Sth day ef F^ 
raury, lan. 
MAXIS L£ag BOormBY 

against Plaintiff 

LAWRENCE G. BOOIUBY, 

I^endant 
QRDSB OF Pl'BI<KA«feif 

The objK-t of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vln^Ai mMri'^ 
monii from the Mid d«leRdaiit 
upon the grounds of deMrtiofl, 
■ And an afftdavlt having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post ^- 
fi<^ address belBf (3«B«raI DiUvery 
Saco, Staihe. 

It i« or^f^ that he do ai^ar 
here within tM 4U)> 4ay» 4Mer 
due puMteatfam bereot and do 
what tfmy M tMccMvy to ^<dnet 
his lnt«r«M in ttito salt. 

io% V. m^^rn^sMt Oei% 
By l*iiy «. Whtti, aC 

Brydgii t BnnlMt jp,% 

3113 i^cKlQ Avenmr 

Virginia BWCb, Vlr^^l* ^-t^t 



VIMIIinA: 

la the meem Cau* M frUmm 
Aaae i^la^ m «he itoal <ter «( 
Fete«ar|i, iSSl. 
IN nm MAl»PBR OF -Wf fc 

ESTATE or B. G. BAWl, M. 

Deceased. 4 

It ai^)earing to the Court thtft a 
report of the accounts of tlw" Exe- 
cutrix of R. O. Barr, Jr., decMMd 
and of the debts ■ and d^^n& 
a^in^ flie iaid estate, hove tAvx 
filed in tl» Merit's Offtw tt «Ui 
Court, and that nftre tJtei sik 
months have ela^Hgd since the 
qualification of the Executrix, 
Mary Jean Barr, of said estate, on 
motion ot the stkl Executrix, tt Is 
orfiprcd that the creditors of R. G. 
Barr, Jr, and of his estate, and 
any other persons i*ho may be In- 
tei<e'sted in said etttate, do appeti; 
in the Court on th« i)^t day it 
March, lOeil, and show cau«« 
against lh<- pa>Tnent and dclivoi'Jf 
ef the e.-^tatu, without refund banda, 
to tho.se entitled lliereto. 

it is further ordet'ed that a copy 
of this order be puMlshed onii' a 
week for four consecutive weeka 
ia the Virginia Beach Sun-Neni^, 
» newspapej* having general ctf- 
culation in the City of Virginia 
Buan'h, Vlrglpla. 

A Caf^'WAMie: 
.lOHW V. PB!VTRig(»-- 
By: tt. H 
A. R. Waltoh 



VIROmiA} 

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ISSt. 

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whtah mtHi»9m h«itftt <tf &B 
0>umy «f Prtneiaa Aaac* a po- 
UtiaA MlhtfytalM t^Nle| 

VS, i 

p. T. BQAM), ^ aMu 'tlifalill 

oMMs OP nMmamm 

The o^eet of this suit b for the 
eomplalnam to enAwoe Ite lien for 
taxes and to sell for tiM |i«^^EttMit 
of dell^usttt ta]M OteteoOf ^e 
following dasttHhai pre|>ei<ty lo- 
cated in Lyniihoven MiMMtel 
DWrict of PrlMaM Anne Osibrty. 
Virginia, as riiown on PIm or Wan 
of East Norfolk Realty and tndus> 
trial Corporation, whkb uU pi«t 
1» duly <rf record In the Cleat's 
Office of the CTrcult Co»»rt of Prin- 
cess Anne County, Vlrgiaia, in Map 
BeMi 4. at Mfc vn. % 

Loia 21 tfiroeA «^ m ttk. fF 
Aa afiMMHt bvME bew OMde 
ttM^ Mil tmmk^^4e- 
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mtii*^ ai»rtid& fell ^ti^tmibt^^ 

wHIiiiw f^aet; aad^rther tht^N' 
Mttpft fliya tMt Oere a my 

M pirttaa MtfMptnyii t }«ct 

JMtter of this WimM< ne» 

art unknown, mA^4s^» .iw^ ho 
more fully de«rHied m ttM m- 
rtfns, succaawM^ m tltto^ and Hen 
creditors of the said 6 ntm tg m, or 
If lie 1» dea4 then his stti%t^« 
c<msort, heirs, {teTtaa*^ tiie em- 
sorts, a»l|pis, succesacm in tJ^ 
and lien i^«dtt(»ii et ae^ heirs or 
devices; and att otlmr pMUm Urtio 
may have ah tiMWHt Ht Vm §%. U 
Ject natter (rf iMa syH ^mft 
names are ^mkaown, aigl -w^'ire 

made ptmm immmmAmr^ ' 

eral deacrtpttdn "Parties 
known". 

Tt Is ORBfiStiS) that the atid 
**Midttits do apiMiar ir^m IP* 
(lo) da^s after <Ii|e >ufc^i|itt 
hereof and do wlat Is neee«at^po 
protect their interests. v - 

u ia f^niAier^cmD^BS) im, 
tm Mile* «e ptiMMied in the H^ 
glttla »mtt SMIhw. a Qs^ 
paper having a general drcuMlNt 
In the County of Prtncew An^. 
Virginia, once a week for two *le. 
ce^lve weeks. 

3mm V. fmm^ms, cier# 

Byt Jh«y m. IWBtfci DjC. 
Robert I^e Slmp^n, p.q. 
Beach Itaatnt maHng 

d0MM0NWKAI.7H OF VIROOrX 
hi ttw^^CSM*^ OWee^itf'Ifee <9v 
eMk CmK% «t tha Copitv ot ^m- 
mm Ai^Mk m MMr tM &^ M 

»Wi«»i», last. 
vmmnA B. L^umHWx. 

against PlalntHf 

ROBESIT J. L-HBlfflEUX. 

^ '^ ■ J]tefenda4t 

ORDKR OF PUBLICA'IIO.N 

Tlw e^cl of this suit is to A. 
tain a wwree a vir»ulo matfi* 
m<mti from Ute aaid ^endalt 
upWKhe^»rtwd» of d ese rtion . ^ 

Aid ah tfdavlt having balh 
nMk mi filed that ttie defwicta^ 
t« m^ a resident of tl^ i^te 4i 
Vl^nl»,'«ie last known port of- 
:am addrest being 351 Suqev 
^HadrtMi Otis Air, Force Base, ^ 
Rwuil^ MlJi^btMettM. T 

H to ordered that he do ai 
here within ten (10) days 
di» publication hereof, and 
what may be necessary to wxHelt 
bis Interwt in thte suit. 

A Copy— Ifoate: 
JOHN V. F^JNTlRiSS. 
By: (Mary M. White, D. 
Siydges &. Brovlea, p.q. 
»lf« mifie AyeniK 1 
Virginia BMMh, Vmtt&i 




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Vlrxmu •Beach. Va 



IB tte mmik^ 4WHe« ti tita) 
cult of the ^««^ U n4a^aii 
Anae, m ^ fttk 4wt f^Sei. 
«t, Mil. ^ 

Tlw SUA of Virginia, etc. Plaintif 

againfft 
Edward L, C<^€^nd, Indlv. ft T/k 

Cbpelm«, RleeMKCo. Defendaitt 
ORDER OJ* FTHtiCATlOlV 

The object of this suit is to at- 
tach the real and personal eatatiB 
of Edward U Co«eland. ia thfe 
etatc of Virginia, 

And an alfW*vlt. having been 
made and filed thai the dctf«ndttnt 
is not a r<^ident of the SMfte df 
Virginia, the last known p*t. of. 
flee address being Jacksonville. 
N.C. 

It l.s ordered that he do appeal- 
hclt within U'n (10) daVB afle& 
due publieaUon hereof, .and dP 
what maj' be necessary to proteOt 
his- interest In this suit. 

' ir>>pr-wi>it«t • 

.»OHV V. J'-'ENTftFJas. C!"rR 
•>■ M. While, D.C 
I Tiffiiny, p.ri 
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mxmm wMmm oavs, 

OMiQiant 
OKD8R or WSUOAflOM 

Th* abJ«et ol tMs tutt is to ob- 
Uia • «vorc« • vlnaUo nMktri* 
monU from tt|» mM 4*fmtent 
iqp^ th« l^unds of dewcUon. 

Antf >n itffMavlt havtnf been 
buhM «m1 ffli^ thftt the ^»dant 
h not a rwldent of the State of 
Virgini*. tb* hi»t kmnm poM of 
fiM AddNM Mi|« 2i»73 8. W. ^th 
Strtet. HlMBl, flortda. 

It 1« M^nred ih«t s)M <)o «9p««r 
here within t«n (10) day» after 
due pubUf^tion hereof, and do 
urtwi wtf hi wetwarjr to prottct 
IMT tew«rt ta tfito suit. 

210'iStUi fltaeaft 

VUfUiia S«ach, VirgtaU a^@4t 

KoUes M iMmi^ ^^« that the 
foUowlni AHMBiiMle, with acces- 
•orles, Witt lit wM at pid^ auc- 
tion at IMO ain. oft Momtey 
MaKili 13^ IW: 

MW ^WVirtat. 2-door sedan, 
^0 OtStUtf, Serial Nianbef BSflB 
^iWdS. tt tiw name of Oeoa 

Mietton wMl uke place at 
ttm' tSwflt jQWw^t OM-ponrtton 
t^m^eulM, «9S ITth Street, Vir- 
l^nia Beach, Virginia, and will 
eoAtlnue until th* above d^crlbed 
automsMto is aoM. 

Ta ww— C aah^t tinw of sale. 

The untfenigncd corporatioii re- 
aermM Ma rWdtt to bid. 

otiAMc; JmsmoiMr oorp. 

myim 4 a»yle^ Attorney* 

311S m^e Atenue 

ViitMti BMch. Virginia 3^-lt 



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vnCBHIAt A w ae tlBg of «• 
9(MNI «NI gt mHiJ a aai af Plrtace«i 
Asm C«dMr« «ttl >• held w 
Hn^A ^tt. IMS (W«*M«bqr)« 
at S a' gla c'li |M*^ mt wUch tlai» 
«tt be hawrd IM- Mid 




I. AMHortfam of John E. Marr 
for a SiMge c4 aoning from Resi- 
denoa Oin^ Diatrtct 1 (R-JD 1) to 
General Oommercial Dt^rict 2 (C> 
G 2) I* tfite 1«, 17, 18, Northern 
halt o€ Lot 19, 20 and 44, piat of 
lim^ttm Mutor. Said property 
froB^^I iM ftet on the North side 
of Vliylnta Beach Bcralavard, 80 
^t Wtut of Davia mrect. Bayaida 
Dlrtrict. 

H. Application of l^rl E. Manby. 
Jr. for a change of soning frwn 
ResMence Duplex District 1 («4) 
1) to General Commercial District 
2 KC-G 2) of Lot 21, plat cf Mil- 
burn Manor. Having a fronUge of 
to feet to the North side of Vlr- 
" jgpia BMoh Jtoulevard and extend- 
mk^SM feet atong the W^ iide 

i^. Api^oUwyw MwnH to)- 
aen hy Kritam and »»ltaBi. Attor- 
a^a, for a change df zoning fr<Mn 
R«ildence Suburban Wrtriet 4 (R- 
S 4) to General Commerdal Dia- 
trtct 2 (C-G 2) of L(* 180, Princea* 
Aniw Plara, located 117 feet W«rt 
of Plaaa Trail, fronting aLK5 fe« 
on Boyd Road and eigmmm ^10 
feet Ui depth. Lynnhavea tHatrlct 

IV. Mtpation of Prioceaa Anae 
OovrnffWab for a Uae I»wm» to 
mtttMn tM fa^UUes en a 14- 
acre #leA td tUUl |of»ted on the 
Jferth j^te fit Bay Ctolony Drive 
liWn mm^ eirtimdedh fronUng 
teo feet on the W»t aide of Lake 
mm Driiw and «tO feat M B^ 
CohMW Wve. tyBBhaven M^hA. 

T. ATOMcttion of T. V. Sanderlln 
by Henry L. Lam, Mtorney. tor 
a change of gonlng from Agricul- 
tural Dtetrict (Am) to General 
Conaaerclal Dirtrtrt 1 (C-G I) of a 
parwl ot I»r>d fronting 150 feet on 
the Sait aide of Highway B15 at 
lt« tmaraectten with Highway 794 
and extending I14.a feet along the 
Soii^ side of said highway. Sea- 
boa'rd Dtrtrlct, 

VI. An^talrtion o( Francis Aa- 
bury MmHSdist Chuceh for a Use 
Permit to operate a diurcii on a 
tract of land 'Wmtainlftg 4 acres, 
having a frontage ot 318 feet, nvore 
or Iflnr on Iletfte ^4, and ex^wi- 
ing Waet to the rftore of Lynn- 
haven River. Lynnhaven Dlrtrlct. 

VU. Aw»llC8tlon of ItaAert Va- 
silc f<^ a tiianM of zonitM from 
Multt^*r«nBy Residence District 
(R-M> to G€neral Commercial W»<- 
trict 2 ^QG 21 ot property front- 
ing l^ hH on the North sida of 
Virginia »ach Boulevard and ex- 
tending, In dflftft 200 feel, located 
1870 feet £a« of"«i^ Imm. Lynn- 
haven DiMrW. 

VIM. AppllctUon of Westwood 
ran B^rttet ChW* fw a Use Per- 
mit to cerate a church on a 5-acre 
tract of land te«ted at the Nortti- 
wert Interaectlon <M PtovWence 
Rort and Woodstock lU^d. front- 
Ing 301 ,# feet on Providence Road 
and oxteodiBW 5M« feet In depth. 
Kem|wvte WAiM. 

IX. fi^V^Mm ol Tl^nM and 

m^m ^m^uMm *>»" a^^M»p 

of smlttg from Agricultural Dis- 
trict <A^) to Lwrttted Oommerctal 
District 1 (C-L 1) of a tract of land 
containing ^^ acre* of lantt, 
fronting 270 feet on Courthouse 
Road ana extending in dei^th ap- 
proximately 700 feet, S«ld property 
located 200 feet North of High- 
way 033 going to Camp Pendleton. 
Seaboard DlRtrlct, 

X. Application of Nelson Baugh- 
man 1^ John B, James, At»orn«y, 
for a Use Permit to construct a i 
Mw afWl borrow pit containing W 
acrea, ihore or !?»!•. «n the rear of 
a 20fracre lr8<-t of land sttuated 
jtesrogumatelv 500 feet South of 

Wear- "^ ■■ i%»td farm fronting 

ITH ■..,> South hick? of In- 

dian uivpi mmi and *M7 feet on 
the Katit side of CIrcjat Bridge Road, 
'• "le Oirtrict. 

of ISd»fwater- 



Vm Penidt to e^iiate a home for 
boyit and gir^ on 13 acres of land 
located %^gS, of Qiinese Corner on 
property known as Euclid Terr«se, 
myslda DMrict. 

Xn, Application of Thomas 
Drennao and Oeori^ Co&y for a 
0»e Pennl* to operate- boating fti- 
dlltiei vrlth yacht ^rvlce and re- 
pair yard on certain property lo- 
oted on the East side of Route 
els and North of Long Creek, lor- 
merly pfopeny known as the Stev- 
en Seas Restaurant. Lofnfthawn 
Diatrtct. 

Xlll. Application of Joseph M. 
and Bvclyn Collector lor a ^ange 
of zoning from Realdence Subur- 
ban Dtetrlct 4 (R* 4) to Umlted 
Commercial District 1 <C-L 1) of 
a tract of land conuinlng 7 acres, 
known as the DeFrees property. 
JOciriiM betwem tba Old Virginia 
Beach BouleviMrd and the new Vtr- 
gitUa 0iach Boulevard. Bounded 
on the North 1^' Olwreland Pmrk., 
on the Weat by property now or 
formerly owned by C^ton, in the 
vicinity of Belle Haven. Said ^tjp- 
erty frontii^ 215 feet on the North 
side of new Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard. Lynnhaven District. 

XiV. RaqvmM for permission to 
erect 8lgnb6ards at the following 
tocatlons will also bt reviewed: 

1. On the South «l<le of Route 58, 
JUKt West of Little Neck Road; 
South aide of Route 56 one mile 
We^ of Little Nec^ Road. . 

2. On Route iO, beneath tuwler- 
pass going to ferry. 

3. On West side of Route 13, .2 
mile North of ProvWence Road. 

4. On North side ot Route 60. 
SO feet East of DtttwtOdie Road, 
0c63 n P& rk 

5: On Route 60, ,1 mile W«« of 
L^ner Bridfe, 2 slpia. 

6. On Soti^ aide of A)ute m at 
its InterteetteB with Eockjbridge 
Itoad. \ 

7. On North side of Route 01 at 
London Bi-idge, near creek. 

g. (hi North side of ftoute SB at 
Thalia Creek. E^rt si^. 

XV. Application of Pine Harbor 
Corporation by Langley ai^ Mc- 
Donald for a Uae Pfsnnlt to cqperate 
a sewage treatment pknt pn a par- 
cel of land fronting 150 fe«ft on 
the North ekk of La»kin Road, be- 
ginning at a point approxlitately 
100 feet East of Wilkins Brid|^. 
Lynnhaven District. 



taurant DlMrlct (T'^) ai nnpto iM ant 
of thtt^^fotttwlng pH»«1yi Mound- 
ed on the ^M-th by vm ^ Oamlno 
Motel property, on the DMt by tte 
'8»bdi^vieion Of Diammd l^iiMi 
Homes, on the ^uth by Stoute 6S 
(Lake Smith fUmd) and the Atlan- 
tic Reflntt^ Company property, 
anff Oft the West by that imne 
ppoi^rty and Route 18. 

IV. Chan;^ Of zoning from Rert- 
dence Duplex District 1 CRJ> 1) 6 
include Motel, Tourist and Restatt 
rant IMrtrlct (T-2) su^lemeiM of 
property along the Weft aide <rf 
Route 13, IWd prqperty to have a 
depth of 300 feet. Beginning on the 
South side of Rouk 953 (Lake 
Smith Road) and extending to Uie 
Norfolk and Southern RaUroad 
Branch to Shelton Park. 



BA¥8iOB Dunuirr 

ftWtna'W^lM Ann 

I. Chani^ at zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 4 (R« 4) 
Residence Duplex District 1 (R-D 
1) and General Commereiii Dis- 
trict 1 (CM 1) to (Jeneral Indus- 
trial District 1 OM-l 1) to Include 
all of the foltowlng property n<H 
presently zoned General Industrial 
DIstrlcl 1 m-i 1): 

A. Property bounded on the 
North by the' Norfolk City Lakes 
Little Creek Branch, on the test 
by the V.E.P, Co. trananlssiwi line, 
on the South by the Norfofc and 
ioutheri* Railroad Branch to Shal- 
ton Park, and on the West 1^ the 
NorfoHt aty Limits. 

B. Property bounded on the 
North by the Norfolk and Southern 
Railroad Branch to Shelton Rirk, 
on the Ea,>5t and South by a com- 
mercial zoning extending in depth 
380* from Route 13 and on the 
Wert by Unvaon Hall ^ad. 

C. Property bounded on the 
Nocth )^ the Norfolk and South- 
ern Railroad Branch to Sl»lton 
Park, on the Bast by Lawwm Hall 
Road, on tlw Soj^th by the Jforth- 
ern property lines of James Good- 
man, Lottie Goodman, Hejiry Her- 
ring, Albert Harold. Clem Htomil- 
ton, Mary AKha, J. L, R<rt)ert«, 
Jeremlan Harold, Charlie Harold 
and Jackson, and parts of Burton 
Station Road. Bounded on the West 
hv the W^tem jHxjperty " llhe** of 
j' L. Roberts. James Brldgers, 
Jackson, and Eddie L«e .Joyner. 

D. Pwjperty bounded on tl» 
North by Burton aaOon Road, on 
the East by the Western property 
line of Fannie A. Elllotl and the 
coRtlnuation of that Itee to the 
Norfolk City LHnlts, and on the 
South and West by the Norfolk 
City Limits. 

H. Change of fining from Resi- 
dence Duplex District 1 (R-O 1) to 
Limited Commercial Dtetrlct I (C- 
L l)_to include all of the Allow- 
ing property i»t p«8ently i»ned 
Lknlted Commercial Otstt-ict 1 (C- 
L 1): 

A. Prt^jer^ bounded .en the 
North ^ »e Northern ^^^erty 
lines of }wa»» (joodman, little 
Goodman. Henry Hening, Albert 
Harold, Clem Hamilton, Mary Ro- 
cha. Jane Smith and Eddie L«e 
Joyner, on the East by Lawson 
Hall ^ad, on the South ^ Route 
13 and on the W«t by Burton Sta- 
tion Road, 

B. Proper^ bekHi^ng to Slllwi 
and Mattie Brooks looated at the 
Northweiit corner of Route 13 and 
Burton Station Road. 



• iMM. mimn 



DavW Cwa«r 

I. Change of zoning tr<om Resi- 
dence fihiburban District 4 (R-O 4) 
to General Indurtrjal District 3 
pM-l 3) of property looated on the 
East tide of Bayshore Road, ad- 
jacent to and South of the V.EJP, 
Co. tranrailaslon Ihie. Said pc<^ 
erty being approximately 2l0'x217'. 
Beginning S20 feet, more or kas. 
North of Davis Corner. 

M. Oiai^ of zoning fr<»n Resi- 
dence Duplex Dlistrtct 1 (R<D 1} to 
Limited Commercial District 2 (C- 
L 2) of the following lots In ttie 
subdivision of Mllbum Man<H>: 
Lots 3 through 16. Said property 
fronting IS© feet, nwre or lew, 
on the Virl^b Beach Boulevard. 



• UMAimfKil 



GreeawMi 

I. Change of aonlng from B^i- 
dence Dtmlex District 2 (RiD 2} to 
General Comm»<clel District 2 (C- 
G 2) to todude the rear porti<Mi of 
property belonging to Lasilter, 
Nelster, Btiay, Williamson, and 
'Taylor. Said propfrty located on 
the North side of Route t«6 at 
Newtown Oossroads. The front 
being preaently zoned General 
Commercial Distrtet 2 (CG 2) to 
a depth of li50 feet. 

II. Change of zoning from Itesl- 
dence Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) 
and Residence Suburban District 
4 (R-S 4) to General Industrial 
District 3 (M4 3) of Lots A 
t^irough M, as shown on the siA- 
division plat of O. B. Bryant, and 
Lots 1 through 5, as shown on plat 
of Williams and Yeates. Said prop- 
erty fronting ltBl.8 feet, more or 
less, on t^ Ea.st side of Newtown 
Crossroad beginning *S0 feet, 
more or less, North of Route 1^ 
(Kempsville Road). 

in. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 4 (R-S 4) 
to General Industrial District 3 
M4 3) of property beginning 1665 
feet, more or less. East of Route 
165 (Kempsville Road), on the 
North side of Bryanit Road (mdd 
road paralleling the Norfolk and 
Southern Railroad).. Fronting 370 
feet, more or less, on Bi-yant Road, 
and having a ctepth of 780 feet, 
more w less. > 



Bay.tMb> BcMtol Area 

I. Change of awing ftwn Resi- 
dence Suburt»n District 4 OR-6 4) 
mi limited C^hmiWM Mttrict 2 
ie4j *)— to Oewe ra t O w onercta lr 
Distriet a (C^ 3> <rf fiflttperty 
fronting 417.4' on the West slcte 
of Route 18, bounded on the North 
by a 25* canal leading to Lake 
Smith, on the South by the prop- 
erty line dividing property belong- 
ing' to Chrlslopoula« and on the 
West 'hv the Norfolk City Lake.s 
Branch "of Little Cirek. 

U. Chanife tfl. sowing from Resi- 
dence Siiburh^i Dlstrk-t 4 rR-S^I) 
to Limited, Coinme.rt'ial District 2 
rr-L 2) of property boltnded on 
the North by tlu- property line di- 
viding proi>criy l>cionging to Chris- 
topouia.s. on the Kast by a Mmitcd 
rominerflal IJi'^trlqt 2 (C-L 2) zon- 
ing; running parallel to and 300' 
from Route K*. on t^o South by 
Itoul*' liiVl {Ijitkv ad), iiinl 

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f. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburtjan District 4 (R-8 4) 
to Limited Commercial District 3 
{&L 3) of the following lots in the 
subdiviskA of Bradford Park. Lot 
1, located at the comer of Water- 
works Road and Bradford Road, 
and Lots S3, 34, and 36, located at 
the comer of fiayslde Road and 
Tazewefl Buid:^ 

II. Change rf^nhig fTom RasI- 
dence Suburban District 4 (!R-S 4) 
to Limited Commercial Dirtrict 1 
(P-L 1) of property fronting iW 
feet on the Bast side of atyslde 
Road, having a depth of a>4.5 f«t. 
Said property located 270 fa^, 
more or less, South of the inter- 
section ot Route 166 (Waterworks 
Road) and Bayslde Road. 



Hay good ChBrch Area 

I, Change of zoning from R^l- 
dence Suburban District 3 fR« 3) 
to Limited Commercial District 1 
(C-L 1) of property located on ttie 
Northwert comer of BayshOJ^ 
Road and Aragona Boulevard Ex- 
tended. Said property fronting 170 
feet on Bayshore Rand and having 
a depth of SdO feet. 

II. Chan^ of zoning ftwn Rural 
Rwidence DLstrict 1 (R-IR 1) to 
General Commercial Dis^lct 2 fC- 
G 2) of property fronting 21§ feet, 
more 0* iwa, on thel^a"* ^We of 
BaysWe Rcadi iwving a depth of 
100 feet. Beginning 150 fwt, more 
or less, yhrtM tt the Intersectiot* 
of Bayaidb Riad and Route 6«). 



I. Cba^^ of zonini; from Resi- 
dence ^ttburiwn District 4 (R« 4) 
to Limited Commercial Distrirt 1 
(C-L 1) of Parcel C, Section 4, 
subdlvisioir of Aregona Vtfta^. 
Located oft the Southeast ew^r 
of Bayside ftaai md imrt^ tbmd. 
Fronting 511.58 feet on Bayside 
RffMd. 



Kndid Place 

I. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburiian District 4 (R-S 4) 
to Limited Commercial Dirtrtet 3 
(C-L 3) to inciwie m ^ Uw tol- 
towi^^ jropei^- 1^ -^eaifttly 
wn^ Limited C^nmei%ili Dis- 
trict 3 (C-L 3). 

A. Proi^rty bounded on Uie 
South and West by Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, on t^e North by Brcwd 
Street, and on the East by Cbh- 
necticul Avenue, (now known as 
L;ivendrr Lane). 

B Property boUaded on the 
Noi th bv the Vb-glnla Beach Boule- 
vard. on the E|«* by Jcffer^in 
Avfnue, on the Soutb by Potomac 
Avenue aud Its pi-ojected line to 
Oeorpia Avpnue. and on the West 
hy OeorgifJ Avenue. 

C. Property )>ounrird on the 

.N'oith by Holland Swamp Road & 

Virginia" Beach Boulevard, on the 

Ea.st by Pepn.«vlvania Avenue, on 

S«,/uth S[e Street, and 

t'lf Wi iin»',v RoiKi. 

' I Change of soiling from Flefl- 

.- ^i-1t:-vi;,.i OittrUt J (R-S 4) 

uuanria) District 1 

idc ail of the- fol- 

and Rea-' i'u\^ixxt. Ml piWMaatiy 



III'- 



mnei LtaiKed OimuiMrctel District 
1 (C4, I). 

A. ftimerty bounded <m the 
North by ittoad Str^ on the I^st 
by VMUm ^Md, m the South by 
the Vlif^bBla BMch Boulevard, and 
on the WmI b^ Horace Avenue. 

B. ppd^wtif tminded on the 
North by W^la Beach Boule- 
vard, on «be Oast by Kellam RMd, 
on the South ^ Maynard Street, 
and on ttif Waal by Jefferson Ave- 
nue. 

lU. Change of aealsg froA Resi- 
dence Suburban Distrirt 4 (R-S 4) 
and Limited (Commercial District 
3 (C-L 3) to Oeiteral Industrial 
1 (M-I 1) to Inclwle all of the fol- 
lowing property not {Meseittly 
zoned General Industrial DlMrlct 
I (M-i 1). 

A. Property bounded on the 
North by Potomac Street, on the 
Eart by Jefferson Avenue, on the 
South by Cleveland Street, and on 
the West by Holland Swamp Road. 
' B. Prt^rty bounded on the 
North by G)llefe Street, on toe 
East by Itelland Swm^ Road, oa 
the South by the Norfolk and 
Southern Railroad, and on the West 
by Bonney Road. 

KB!iPBVlU[£ DISTRICT 
BMUaa Wver Road aad MBWary 
I^liway Area 

I. Change of toning from Rest 
dence Suburtsan District 3 (ftS 3) 
to Limited Commercial Distrirt 1 
fC-L 1) of al! property not prm- 
ently zoned Limited Ctmwi^erclal 
Btolrtct 1 (C-L 1) bounded on the 
North by the Eastern Bronch of 
the Eastern Branch of the Eliza- 
beth River, on the East by the 
Western property line of Elizabeth 
River Stores Holding Corporatlmi 
and E. V. Williams, on the South 
bv the Northern {Mwperty line ot 
David A. Barber, and on the Wert 
by the MHltery Hl^way . 

II. Change of zoning from Limit- 
ed Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
to Residence Suburban District 3 
(R-6 3) ol all property Bast of the 
rear property lines at property 
fronting on the East side of the 
.Milltery Highway. Said property 
hounded on the NorUi by the 
Southern property property line 
of David A. Barber and on the 
South by the subdlvlston of West- 
ylew Village and the Northern 
property line of property owned 
by W. D. mOie, Jr. 

IH. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 4 (RS 4) 
and Residence Duplex Distrk* 1 
(R-D 1) to Limited Commercial 
District 1 (C-L 1) of all property 
not presently soned Limited Com- 
mercial District 1 (C-«L M boutHled 
on the North by the subdivision 
of Kliiabeth River Siores, on the 
Bast bv the Military Highway, on 
the South' by the property of 
Snowden and on the West by 
Kings Creek. 

rv. Changft of zoning from Limit- 
ed Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
to General Commercial Distrirt 1 
(CjO 1) of a triangular shaped 
piece of jw^perty botmded on the 
North bv i*TOvldence Road, on the 
East 1^'the Military Highway, and 
on the W«rt by the Norfolk Coun- 
ty line. 

V. Chan^ of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex Distrirt 1 (iR;D 1) to 
Limited Conftnterclal District 1 (C- 
L 1) of property frwitlng 35 feet, 
more or less, on the North aide of 
Indian River lU»d, having a depth 
of K feet, more or less. Said prop- 
erty beginning 50 feet, more or 
less, E^st of MacIKjnald Road. 

Vi. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duj^ex Distrirt I (R-D 1) 
to Limited Q)mmerclal District 1 
(C-L 1) of property looated on the 
North side of Providence Road. 
5^ feet, more or less, Eart of 
Military Jtt^lhway. Said jmjperty 
being trIanipUar in shape, front- 
ing 315 feet more or less, on Provi- 
dence Road and extetKiing in depth 
^ ftset nfwre or less on the East 
side, and 4^ feet mo^e or less on 
the West side. 



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and Limited Ctonwnerclal Dlstirt 3 
(C-<L 3) to Residence Suburban Dls- 
tlrt 3 (AS 3) of the loUowloi^ kAi 
m the subdivision of Carolanna 
F^m: Section l, Lote 12 and 13, 
Btaek C, located m GallaM Fox 
Road; Lots 14 through 22, Block 
C, located on Hill Prince Road; and 
Lota 1 toroug^ 8, J^ack % lo- 
cated on New Kempevllle Drive. 
UI. Change oi zontog trom Resi- 
dence Subuman District 3 (R-6 3) 
to Residence Duplex Wstrict 2 (H- 
D 2) <^ the foltoatiag leA» in the 
subdivision of Caroianne Farm: 
Section 1, Lota 1 through 4, Btock 
*E, located cm New KempsvlHa 
Drive. 



CLASSIFIED AM 



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Soatii BacUd 

I. Ounge of zoning from Resi- 
dence Diiq>lex Distrirt 2 (R-D 2) 
to Genertd IiuIiaArlal Distrirt 3 
(M-1 3) of all property not pns- 
ently zomd Qeneral Indtiatrlal 
Distrirt 3 CM-I 3) East of Mace 
Street In the Alfred MoClenny Suh- 
division. Bounded on the North by 
a drainage oanal (the Southern 
property line of Pyitmrid Realty 
(Sirporatlon), on the West by Bon- 
ney Road, on the i^uth by the land 
now or formerly own^ by Shel- 
ton Knox and land now pre«ntly 
zoned General Industrial Dlstrtet 
3 (M-l 3) owned by Bailey Welding 
Corporation, and on the Eimt by 
the Norfolk and Southern abandm- 
ed railroad. 



Barretts CiMrner 

L Change of zoning from R^l- 
dence Di^lex District 2 (RfD 2) to 
Limited Commercial District 2 (C- 
L 2) of property beginning on the 
South side of Indian River RoaM 
and the Eastern boundary line of 
Knrt) Hill, running along said road 
200 feet more or tess in an Easter- 
ly dirertlon, then« Ssutfr^JO feet, 
thence turnlt^ and . running in a 
Westerly direction 1«0 feet nwre 
or less to the boundary line of strtv 
dlvlslon of Kn«fe Hill, thence run- 
ning along said boundary line to 
Indian River Road. " 

B. Oiange eg aoalng ftpom ll«il- 
dence Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) 
to Limited Oommerclal IMstrirt 2 
<CC f) of piiBperty loca||Hl on the 
EMt ddt dr ^MinxMi Road, begla- 
V^ WO l«t *>re or less, Noiih 
of Indian River Road. From .said 
point of biirtnnlng rtmntng South- 
eatft a distance of 165 feet, more 
w less. Thence turning aiwj run- 
ning North a distance of 240 feet, 
more or less; thence turning and 
running West to Garainon Road a 
distonce of IW, feel, mote or leas, 
'ftwnra taming^ atHj-TWnhi^ So«B 
oii C^nunoA Btoad to polat of be- 
ginning a dWtance of ISO feet, more 
or less. 



Greeawleh 

I. Change of zoning from Rewl- 
doncf .SubuHwn District 3 fR-6 8) 

to O"" ' '^ ;il Pislrict 3 

(CiCi x'ginning at 

thf .■.■j'ii ii-.iM ijiii^rseetion of 
Keiupsvllle Road and the Norfeik 
aad Southern Railroad, thei^ 
running m a Southeast dtrtetian 
77,) feet, more or If'K,'i, along the 
North side of Ketnpsvlllc Rj»d to 
the property line ok Geltle, thence 
turning and ruuning N'orth along 
said line a distance of 220 feet, 
more or les.^. to the Norfolk and 
Southern Rallix»8<l. Theiwc. turn- 
it\g r*nd running We^t along said 
Kailroad a diirtance of 73S feet, 
inor- '"■ '"'- t'tthe point of tK^a.' 
ning 

II. ling fixjm Unit- 
«d Uaiuiiucuu Duitict I ¥OtU 1) 



KenpvriBe 

I. Change oi zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) to 
(Jeneral Ccmjmercial Distrirt 3 (C- 
G 3) of the remaining Northeaat 
85rl90 feet, more or less, part of 
a tot presently soned General Com- 
mercial Distrirt 3 (C-G 3). Begin- 
ning 380 feet, more or less, North- 
east of Kemi»vllle Road. Adjaceirt 
to and being a part of the property 
preaently used as a profewlonal 
buildbig. 

II. Ounge of zoning from Limit- 
ed Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) to 
Residence Suburt>an Distrirt 3 (R- 
S 3) of a parcel designated as "A" 
In the subdlvlston of Kempsville 
Colony, Section I. Fronting S«).27 
feet on Great Bridge Road, Route 
190, and having a depth on Mll- 
burte Drive of 432.74 feet to Budg- 
yard Lane; thence North atong 
said Lane 3^.27 feet more or less, 
thence in a Westerly dlrertion 
432.74 feet to Great Bridge Itoad. 

Thalia 

I. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban Distrirt 4 (R-S 4) 
to Limited Commercial Distrirt 1 
(C-L 1) of a strip of land having 
a depth ot 200 feet running parallel 
to and 300 feet from the Virginia 
Beach Boulevard. The first a)0 
feet being presently zoned Llmite<l 
CkMiimercial Distrirt 1 (C-L 1). Be- 
ginning at Thalia Road and run- 
ning in an Easterly direction S50 
feet on the Bast side of the road 
leading to Hurst and Wat^n psop- 

lerty.. ..,.,.., 

II. CSange ot zoning from Limit- 
ed Conmerclai District 1 (CC I) 

i and Residence Duplea; Distrirt 2 
(R-D 2) to Limited Commercial 
Distrirt 3 (C-L 3) of the foUowIng 
property: SutKHvision of Deal Plat 
No. 1, all of Blocks 5, 6, 7, 18, Iffj 
21, and 22, arid Lots 14, 15. 29, am 
30; Block 20. Also to be tachtded 
are Sapo Avenue, Humbolt Ave- 
nue North of Norfolk and South- 
era Railroad tracks, and 3rd street 
which has recently been closed; 
Deal Plat No. 2. all of Block 18, 
19 and 20 and Lots 15, 1^ 17, 32, 
33. 34. Btock 10. 

HI. Oiange of zoning from Gen- 
eral 0(>mmercial Distrirt 2 (C-G 2) 
to Umlted Commercial District 2 
(C-L 2) ^ Lots 22, 23, 24, ^ 26, 
Block 21. subdivision of Deal Plat 
No. 2. Located on the Southwest 
(»rncr of Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard and Ash Avenue. 

IV. Change of aming from Real- 
dence Duplex Distrirt 2 (R-D 2) 
to Limited Conanerclal Distrirt 2 
(C-L 2) of Lots 11, 12, airf 13, 
Mock ^, subdivision of Deal Plat 
No. 2. Located on the Southeast 
conter of Virginia B^ch Etoule- 
vard and Maple Avenue. 

LYNNHAriSN DISTRICT 

HowemoM 

I. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 4 (R-S 4) 
to Limited Conanercial Diatrtet a 
(C-L 3) of the foltowlng tote In 
the subdivision of Jacksondale: 
Lots 1 through 19, 21 through 30 
and an unnumbered parwt in 
Blortt A. ftild property lying be- 
tween Front Strert and S«»nd 
Street. 

H. Chan^ of zoning from Resi- 
deiKe Suburtwn Distrirt 4 (R-S 4> 
to General Commercial Distrirt 3 
<C-G 3) (rf the following lots In the 
subdivision of Jaoksondaie: Lots I 
through la and 22 through 29, 
Block B; Lots 8 through 9 and 14 
through 17, Block 3; and Lots 5 
through IS, Block 4. Said property 
lying iwtween Front Street and 
Sea»id Street. 

III. Change of zoning from Best 
deiice SiAuHMn District 4 (R-S 4) 
to Lhnlted Commercial Distrirt 2 
(C-L 2) of the following lots In the 
subdivision of Jack^ndale: Lots 8 
through 14 and the remaining por- 
tion m Lots 1 through 7 not pres- 
ently asaed Limited Commercial 
Dirtrirt g KJt 2) In Block 5, and 
LotB 1 thiwi^h la, Btock 6. Said 
property Tying between Front 
Street ami aeemid Street. 

ff^ Change of wnlng from Reel, 
dence Suburtwn tMstrirt 4 (R-6 4) 
to Oenetal Indortrial Distrirt 3 
(M-l 3) to lnclu<fe all of the fol- 
lowing parcel not presently ajned 
General Industrial Dlstrtet 3 (M-l 
3): Parcel A, as sshown on the su!)» 
dlvlrfon plat of Prtocess Anne 
'Kmm, Swtion I. Said pro^rtyt 
fronting on the Wwt side of Plaza » 
Trail. 



merclal DIalrirt I (C-'L I) of the 
foltowlng Idts In ttie strtNUvlalon 
of Lynnhaven Shores: Lsto 4,' 8, 
and Ol Btock L and Lote 1 throu^ 
6, Block M. Said property fronUng 
on the South side of Shore Drive. 
Il4Change of zoning from Unalt- 
ed Conwierclal District 1 (C^ I) 
to Reslden<% Suburban Mrfrtot 3 
(R-S 3) of Lots 16 through :», Sec- 
tion E and Lots » throu^ 11, Sec- 
tion F. on the amended pliA oif 
Cape Heni? Syndicate and Lrta KX) 
through 104,. Section 4 of Lynnhav- 
en Cotony. Sirfd property fronting 
on Great Neck Eoed (RrOuta 015) 
and 2nd Sin^ 



Greirt N«d( 

I. Change of zoning from Limit- 
ed Commercial Distrirt 2 (C-L 2) 
to Residence Suburban District 3 
(R-S 3) of all property in the Gr«rt 
Neck EMates .^ubdlvMon, Sertlon 
I, lying Southwest Of Parcel A and 
Rircel B. 

M. Change of zoning frooi Resi- 
dence Suburban Dlstrtot 3 (R-S 3) 
to Limited (Jomineroial Distrirt 2 
(C-t 2) of the Northern 2Wx2S5' 
portion of Parcel B, subdlvlston of 
Great Neok Estate, Section L 
Said • property fronting oa Route 
915. 

III, Chani^ of »mlng from Jtesl- 
deiu:e Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) 
to Limited Ctonunerelal Distrirt 2 
(C-L 2) of Lots 10 through 13 ot 
the Allbur^r Place Subdivision, 
^id property fronting 428.4 feet 
on Great Neck Road (Route 616). 

IV. Change of zoning from Rert- 
denee Duplex Distrirt 2 (R-O 2) 
to Limited Conunerclal Distrirt 2 
(C«L 2) of any portton of the fol- 
towlng jMoperty not pre-nently 
zoned LUnHed Commercial Distrirt 
2 (C-L 2). Property located on the 
Southeast rt>rner cd Route 632 and 
Route (J15. Boimded on the North 
by Route 816, on the East by tlM, 
Ea^ern property line of Ftoyd 
Braye, and Uie extension of ttmt 
line to the Southern property Une 
of William F. Braye, on the South 
by said property Une and on the 
West by Rotto eSB. 

LiMdOB Bridge 

I. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) 
to Limited Commercial Di^rlct 2 
(C-'L 2) of the Northern portion 
of Sites 1 through 4 in the John 
P. and George I. Parker Subdivi- 
sion. The Southern portion being 
presently zoned Limited Commer- 
cial District 2 (C-L 2). 

II. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dent* Suburban Distrirt 3 (R-6 3) 
to General Cwnraerclal Distrirt 2 
(C-G 2> of any portion of the fol- 
lowing property not presently 
zoned (Jeneral Oommerrtal Distrirt 
2 (C-G 2). Property boun^d on 
the North by the-S^iAhen) prop- 
erty lines of Delftrt and Hyter, 
on the East by Route ^2, on the 
South by the Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard, and on the West by the West- 
ern |wt>p«4y line of James O. Rob- 
erto. • 

HI. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburhan Distrirt 3 (R-S 3) 
to United Commercial District 2 
(C-L 2) of property owned by Roy 
L. DeHart and Kebecca Hyter. 
Said property fronting 325 feet, 
more or less," on the We* side of 
Bpuie 6^, having a depth of 600 
fert. Beginning 27S feet, more or 
less. North of the Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. 



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ple-F^ml!y Re8l<teiK» District (II- 
M) and Resident IMiplMC DtaMrt 
2 (R-D 2) to RaMMi^ Mburban 
Distrirt 3 (H^ J) of tito loIlDWiog: 
All of the propH^ bcn^ded on 
the North by LMWn BoiJevard, 
on the East by ^ Virgliria Beach 
City Limits, on the South by the 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, and on 
the Weat 1^ SstmciL BatO, witt 
the foltowlng exceptlonar AU P^P* 
erty presently zoned Lteilted «>»- 
merclal. General Ctommerclal and 
(^neral Industrial will remain as 
such. In any amlng when a VkM, 
Tourist and Resteuram Wrtrlct 
(T-2) supplement CJ^ti^ tt titM 
remain as such atthoui^ ttM >on- 
Ing will be changed. 

BeUwood Park Area 

I. Change oi zbttfog htm Limit- 
ed Commercial Dta^^rt. 1 tWL. I) 
to Oneiml Indtartrhd DilMrt S 
(M-I 3) of all property W«* oi 
Route 615 at Ms Intersertlon with 
Rifle Rat^ Road, all of said prop- 
erty betonging to the U. S. Ctov- 
ernment. 

U. Clwnge of zoning from Llmtt* 
ed Cmmiercial District 1 (Ci. 1) to 
Residence Duplex Distrirt 2 (JW) 
2) of jwoperty owned by the VS. 
Government, locate at the South- 
east corner of Roirte 615 and Rl^ 
Range Itoad. Said property front- 
ing 380 feet, more or leai, m Route 
015 and 300 feet, more or less, on 
Rifle Ran^ Rom). 

III. Change <rf soning fran UmK- 
ed Commer^a^ DWrirt 1 (C-L i) to 
Residence Dt^pAex IMrtlA^ 3 (84} 
2) of all property on thi Nwtt^wt 
corner of Route 615 attd Rifte 
Range Road, with the exo^kat 
of tote 1. 2, II, and 12, as ^Mwa 
on the BUbdiviston piat (rf N^mtfa 
BeUwood Park. SecMm 2. 

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1787. Mrant 

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L^[» aatacflnaa, Wg^a^ mjil 
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NU!^ffiS-<}niduate. prai^cia Md 
atsrses alda. A^^ S^pavktfand- 
a^ Vb^nia Baaeb Son^ 
2Sth and An^c Ave. M^fH 

Refined young lady wWi amatl 
family to live In unfurnished 5- 
room house adjacent to Sunny- 
brook Day School, and help with 
Nursery at ^hool. C^U GY 7-®l9 
after 2 p.m. GA 8-2070 nlghta and 
weekends. 3-2-lt 



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Executive secrrtary, 12 years ex- 
' perience, neat & attrartive. Dial 
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Itftahavea Beach , 

I. &ui^p of zoning from Resi- 1 
dwqe D«pex Dlrtmrt 3 (R-D 2V 
with Worn and Tmirist Dtatrtrtl 
rM) utpphm^ot to iteited Con- ' 



Oceana 

I. Change of aonlng from Reafc 
dence Suburban District 4 («« 4) 
to Limited. Commerdal Distrirt 2 
(C-iL 2) to include all of the fol- 
lowing property npt. presently 
zoned Limited Commercial Dlis- 
trlct 2 (C-L 2). Property bounded 
on the North by the Virginia 
Beach Boutevard, on the ^st by 
the subdivision of Dceana Village, 
on the South by a ravine being the 
rear property line of the property 
being rezoned, and oh the West by 
the Eastern property line of R. M, 
Malbon. Said property frontii^ 
1,360 feet, more or les-s, on the Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard. 

H. Chani^ of zoning from Limit- 
ed Commercial District 2 (CC 2) 
to Residence Suburban District 4 
(R-S 4) of the Northern portton of 
Lots 77 and 78 In tbe subdivtetoa 
of West Oc^na Gardens, the re- 
maining Southern part being pres- 
ently isoned Residence Suburban 
District 4 (R« 4J. Said property 
ftonting dn Garden Avenue, 

111. Change of aonlng from Gen- 
eral Industrial District 3 mi 3) 
to General Commercial Distrirt 3 
(C-G 3) of the rear portton of prop- 
erty fronting on the,EUi8t side of 
Eastern Shore Road, bounded on 
the North by the N«foHi and 
Southern Railroad, and on the 
East and South by the U. S. Ctoi^ 
ernment property; the remamlng 
portion being presently mmd (Jen- 
eral Ck>mmercial Dlstriol 3 (C-G 3). 

TV. TiSiar^e of zohiBg from ^sl- 
denoe Duplex District 2 (R^D 2) to 
Gemnl Indurtrial DMrlct 3 (M-T 
3) of property bounded on tlte 
Soutti by the Norfolk and Southern 
Railroad, on tte West by property 
belonging to Tidewater (^ Com- 
pany, oa toe North by the pr^- 
erty of Morrl««, and on the East 
by the jwoperty oC Ferrell* 

V. Change of zoning fitnn Gen- 
eral Commercial Di.slrlrt 3 (OG 3) 
to Residence Duptex Distrtrt -a 
(R-iD 2) of property having a width 
of 30 feet, nwre or less, runnii^ 
parallel to and 130 feet from Eart- 
ern fU»«re HtJad". atong the rear 
property Imes of tots B, C, and D, 
as shown on the subdivision plat 
of the J. J. I.«e,E»trte. Said prop- 
erty begtnnlng an Old London 
Bridge Road and extendtog In 
ctep*h 4W.4 feet. 



FOG© ROUTS AVAOAmJJ to 
South Princess Anne County. 
Over 275 Watldns R-oduets for 
customers to choose from. This 
Is a once in a lifetime oppca-tun- 
Ity. Appllcaate must be 21 j^ara 
of age. For Personal Interview, 
wrlle Watkins Products. Inc, 
P.O. Box 3071, Richmond, Va. 

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Hotel Waverley— StirjprisiBgly B»d 
^t monthly, weekly aad tn^ 
lent rat«. ^nd aiMi Oi^m Ftrm, 
Phone GA8-M57. S*'!*!! 

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BiNCsm mwma cmmism. — a 

re^^mtetlve ot the Wards 
Corner Singer Shqf> wUl be In 
the area regularly. For service, 
demonstration of tewing ma- 
chines-Vacuum cleaoew or floor 
polisher*. Call JUM388. Singer 
Sewing Center. TflSi <&ranby m., 
apen nttes m 8 pm. l-6^n^ 



BUSIHl^S SERTKa^S: Etoc^bw 
C%aln Sawa, flo«r aMutors, aws- 
ers, belt auideca, $oma nw^ea, 
powo* tiUara, fiHfffiaar q^caad- 
ers, aaadan, town tiAlerm waft 
h<^e dicpKa ii mmt$f, C»Xl 
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aarvtoea. Hoover Vacuum Oaaii- 
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HEAR CLEARLY AGAIN — Look 
your best. Straining to hear 
shows in your face. Hear better 
and relieve thi^. Free home tria^ 
batteries, cords, accessories aH 
cudc^. Aoowtlcon of Norfolk, 8 
MontlceUo Arcade, MA 7-1016. 



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24" Roto-f^ller 10*p, Onan tti- 
glne, Dual wheals. Flaw Hanrid 
Tractor. Good ooi^ittoa, ^30, 
Cost price ¥450.; Altotate motof 
bike, g<^ cendlttefi. $80.; Ttam- 
derbird car, child slw. WwW< 

Swer perfert condtttoOi fe». 
11 GY7-1H4« C^n Ik seen and 
demonstrated at R(semoi«, Vlr» 
ginia Beach Blvd. l^-TFW 



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Virgima Bea<^ 



Attrartive unfurnished 3-bedroom 
i^arUnent, convenient to school 
and* shopping center, 2 bloeka 
Dnoia ocean. Yearly raotai, avatt 
«aMa immediately. Dial GAg-Onv. 
31«^th St. 2-2S-lt 

• FUlNISHiD APIS. 

Apartn^nt f^ ront furnl^^d. 1 
bedroom, living room, dfa»tto & 
kitchen, elertrically equippM. 
Phone GA8^72 or apply to 
The Huan OcMag^ ft Apwt- 
ments, m& HoUy M. ^^M 



Furnished apartment wltii IM14 
room, kItelMnette, hAApoaiB, haAh 
and larfi^ ch^ts. (Sentral toea- 
tlon, reasonable rent, annsal 
lea^s. Call 6AS-»41. 24Mt 



Harley's AjsMtoienta-^-diQt ^Ki- 
flc A-ve. I asd 2-be&ioom apart- 
menu. Reaioh^to ^ 1M lamk 
or month tattll May l^t. EveiT- 
thing furnished, Dtilitles ft €*c 
everj'thing you need to toief 
house. , 3-ifttt 



Ocean Ctourt Motel Ai^rtBtoiMl— 
206 19th street. Efflrteeu;^ afls.. 
also 2-bedroom apt. All utilises 
fomisl^d, convenient to e^ary- 
thlng. By week <»- nKr^h. 

Z^tlPN 

2 - bedroom apartment. Elertric 
stove aad refrigerator. iUtK> 
jalousie porch; 1-bedroom apmrt- 
ment, electric stove and rrafe- 
erator. Call GA 8-2724. m^OtH 



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NORfTHBND — 3-bedroom uaftjW- 
nished bun^low, 11 baths, ibi- 
nual lease. Also 14wdroom tar- 
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Unfurnlsted House-^ bedro«ww, 
$75 Mr month. Call (lAS-aMS. 

Vftfumished Shedro^a haam -^ 
Elertric kltehen. waater, Ikrii 
teckyard. N^r «Aoola ft at<^a% 
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Yearly renWl, coovwitontly lo- 
cated. Completely furnished. Ap- 
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YOUR REPRESENTATIVE 

DIAL GA 8-7268 



NOTES FBON TOUR 

COVXTY AGENT 

By E. R. "Dioc' codoem, jr! 




Tosrbit: "How many bushels of 
eoTB dW you i«l»* la»l year?" 

BarkwdoditinaiB: "DMiit boKhel it 
—bottled It." 



KA8V WAY TO LOWRR 
HOG MARKKT OITTMSED 

An «as>' -way to lower the hog 
market is advanced by animal hus- 
bandmen at Virginia Polytechnic 
rnatitute — for pi^ducers who don't 
!«ally waijt to tnake money. 

Jnst keep on selling over-weight 
hogs. No other prabtlce has a more 
con.slstent record for weakening 
the h(^ market. It's expensive be- 
cause heavy h<^3 eat inore feed 
per pound of gain. And it's the 
easiest way to produce pork that 
consumers dont Tyrant. The pver- 
sissed cuts are usually too fat, so 
proiliiters can thus provide cu.s- 
tomers with good reasons for re- 
jecting pork aitti forcing it to a 
bargain price. 

Too many hogs will a^ depress 
the market. But that's extra work. 
You neeil more facUlttes, more per- 
gonal attention, more labor. And a 
few extra meat-type hogs sold at 
2(X)-pound welgfit« may be absorb- 
ed by. the trade at satisfactory 
prices. 

Market prices serve as an ex- 
pression of supply and d^nand. 
The average consumer in the VS. 
will eat 80 pounds of pork each 
year, but he doesn't care for much 
of It in the form of salt pork from 
heavy hogs. There's a lot of differ- 
ence between three 200-pound meat 
hogs and two 30frpound tat hogs. 
The tonnage is the same, but the 
kind of supply contrasts sharply. 
Obvious as these facta are, the 
temptation to fee4. hogs to heavy 
Weights la ever present; and per^ 
lodically a short supply of heavy 
hogs sells clo»e to the piarket top. 
Then Invariably comes a rash of 
short-sighted advice to feed to 
heavy weights. Normally those 
who take the advice find -the price 
differential re-established before 
they tlecltJe to sell, and the gamble 
fails again. Happily the number 
of 300-poimd offenders are com- 
parativelv few but the 250^und 
offenders are far too niunerous, 
the specialists say. v 

There is practically no Increase 
in salable meat "between 180- and 
200-pound hogs and the 200- to ^JO- 
pound live weight hogs; and actual- 



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TjtaUMMd tfU 

KATHERINE S. POND 

JOHN L. POND. JR. 

Loaited at KE1V1PSVIU£ 

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Qrdat-^Grandma had 
no Checking Account 

' but she had a &ivorite saying fliat 
wzapped up tibe whole id^. 

"Let your head save your heels!" she 
liked to repeat Now, isn't that just what a 
diecking account does? Saves many a trip 
all over town paying bills in cash. 

Drop ia attbefcank^and te t o a tell y o a 



a lot of other good reasons for opening a 
cheeking account ~ reasons that even 
Gx^t-Grandma never thought of I 

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ly only a limited Increase in sal- 
able meat between the 180- to 300- 
pound and 220-to 240-pound groups. 
The additional wel^t, which Is 
eostlv to ■produce, la only a burden 
to the packer and proflHit«iler to 
the producer. 

WIESTWTO TAKING ' 

NKW LOOK AT VILLAGE 

T^e tiller of the soil may Incur 
son\e modem-day scientific dis- 
pleasure — If he overdo«i his till- 
age. 

There's a lot of di!Wvu<?sion these 
day.« about no tillage, minimum 
liliage, mukh tillage, etc. There 
are good 'reasons for the new «t»- 
phasia on this probi«n. 

Current knowledge indicates 
that the soil Is often, over-tilled to 
the extent that production costs go 
up, and the physical condition of 
the soil is damaged. So we a«^ be- 
ginning to learn how to apply 
siore modern concepts of tllla^ 
and make greaten use of new im- 
proved chemicals to produce many 
crops moJ'e efficiently. 

For instance, test results from 
several lQ<»tions in Virginia and 
other stales which show that top 
corn yields can "be obtained by 
plowing the land, planting without 
further seedbed preparation, ap- 
plying chemicals for weed control 
and cultivating the corn only once. 
Under some conditions. It seems 
nO cultivation is necessarj'. 

In a still more radical experi- 
ment at VPI last year, agricultur- 
al engineers and plant scientists 
grew corn successfully with no 
tillage at all. A chemical was ap- 
plied to a dense sod of orchird 
grass, fescue, and clov«" several 
weeks before planting, killing the 
vegetation completely. The corn 
was planted by hand, using soil 
sampling tube to open a hole for 
each grain separately. Germination 
was esxellent, erosion control was 
near perfect, infiltration of the 
soil remained high, more soil 
moisture was ax-ailable than with 
conventional tillage, thereby pro- 
voding greater drought resistance, 
and the rate of corn growth great- 
ly exceeded all other cultural Ireat- 
ment.s tested. 

Many problems still remain to 
be solved, but the trend toward 
fewer tillage operations Is gaining 
rapidly. The possibilities for reduc- 
ing prdductloh costs of many crops 
with the use of chemicals and less 
Intensive tillage are real and de- 
serve careful consideration. 

Tillage — particularly Intensive 
and repeated physical disturtjance 
of the soil— results In conditions 
highly conducive to severe erosion 
losse"?. Over-tlllage generally de- 
stroys most of the vegetative cover, 
tend.*? to break down the phyical 
structure of the soil, causes soil 
compaction, and often acttialty 
works against nature's methodte 
for building good soU tilth. 

CHEMICALS HELP IN 
WEED CONTROL 

■Modern chemicals can supple- 
ment good management to provl<te 
a weed-free lawn. Chemicals should 
be considered top-gap measures, 
and the home-owner should rely 
on management practices to keep 
weeds from becoming established. 

A good grass, fertiliaed properly, 
mowed one and one-half to two 
inches In height, and watei»d per- 
iodically In dry weather, enough 
to penetrate four to five Inches in 
depth, will aid in making a tight 
turf that will keep out most 
weeds. 

Good chemical weed control de- 
pends on identlfsrlng the weeds 
present, selecting the proper chem- 
ical, and applying this ch^nical 
property at the right tiftie, , 

TTie selection of a chemical and 
time applkiition is important be- 
cause some woeds ai'e^ more su»> 
ceptible than others to specific 
chemicals. Susceptibility of wee«te 
to the chemical vari^ with the 
stage of growth; and weeds elimin- 
ated in certain periods permit de- 
sirable grasses to fill <bare spots 
after weeds are kUled. I&ivlroraen- 
tal factqrs such as temperature and 
moisture affect tlie action of the 
chemical. Lawn Injury may be 
prevented by applying chemicals 
at the proper time. 

Fall k the best time for general 
treatment with 2, 4-D. Susceptible 
broadleaf weeds are easy to kill in 
the fall and lawn grasses wilt fill 
the vacant spaces before crab- 
grass genninates the following 
spring. *» 

The jyerenaial weeds give tSf 
most trouble. Seedlings of tt»se 
weeds usually start In the early 
fall and ar easily kUed by tiie fsU 
treatment of 2, 4-D. 

The next best time to use 2.-M> 
is early in the spring. This time of 
applicHimi gives a shorter period 
tor desirable fp^twes to fill in va- 
cant spac« before crabgrami starts. 
Summer appUratlon of 2,4-D leaves 
bare spots which both crabf^as 
and Inoadleaf may fill. 

Injuiy to desh-aWe plants, such 
as flowers, vegMables, grapes, 
shrubs and trees, is k«! likely to 
oecur if %4D is used in the faU 
than in the spring, iRe^trdless of 
the time of application, however, 
care should tie taken to pre\^rt ta- 
Jui^ to desirable ptants. 

Crabgrass Is probably the most 
Injurious weed In lawns. Tlie time 
of application of chemicals for con- 
trol' of this pert will dejpend upon 
whether j»«-eniet^eiioe <ff {MMt^ 
emeit;ea»i treatpMA te tHN#. 



should be applied about three 
weeks before cni^pnss germinates. 
Applications made after this weed 
pest starts are hess effective. The 
post-enlergence treatment is inede 
on the growing ct^t^rrass plants. 
This treatn^nt may cause a tem- 
porary discoloration <rf desirable 
grass' foliage. Post - emei^fenec 
treatment of crtfbgra^ Is most ^• 
fecUve is made when tlw plants 
are small; one-Inch or ieas in sise. 

Chichweed ranks second to crab- 
gram in its injuriou} effect on 
lawns, n germinates late in the 
summer and early In the fall. It 
continues to grow at lower tem- 
peratures than desirable lawn 
species. 

Although sllvex is effective over 
most of the suggested time of ap- 
plication (October ttuough early 
April), fall appliotUons will kill 
the young seeding easier. Early 
fal application with this chemicai 
win also help control ground ivy, 
white clover, yarrow, and wood 
sorrel. , 

VPI circular » 728. •xniemlcal 
Weed Control Oulde for Virginia," 
lists recommeoiied chemicals and 
rates of application for c&ntrol of 
lawn weeds, as well as for control 
of weeds which are pests In aj^n- 
amlc and horticultural crops. The 
chxular is available from my <tf- 
flee, A 



GROWING FRriT AT HOME 
EASIER THAN BEFORE 

G-rowing fruit at hofne can tAke 
the edge off the grocery bUl — and 
It's easier to do than it used to be. 

The home fruit garden can pro- 
vide a wl(te variety of small and 
tree l^its you may not be able to 
get otherwise. And fruit which 
ripens on the plant Is superior eat- 
ing. 

SnMll fruits are generally better 
for backyard planting because 
they are more readily adapted to 
small areas. And dwarf trees are 
more adaptable to limited areas 
than standard trees. Developments 
in all-purpose pestcontrol sprays 
and dusts now make It easier to 
control insects and diseases. 

The home gardener must follow 
good production practices if he's 
to t>e successful with fruit. Here 
are a few tips; 

Locate the planting as near your 
home as possible. Consider the ma- 
ture size of tree fruits when desig- 
nating the piantingi Dwarf fruit 
trees are excellent for ornamental 
planting. They bear earlier than 
standard size tre^, take less space, 
and am be more easily pruned and 
sprayed with the equipment us ual- 
ly avaHabEie, <|9| 

Cover the range of fruits In so 
far as family taste and space but 
don't plant more thmt you can care 
for properly. 

Give special attention to select- 
ing Varieties. Carcular 767, "Tree 
Fruits for Home Use." avalkibie 
from my office, gives details on 
varieties and other Information'. 



flrst «tep towapt jnaranteed pro- 
gre^ Is menAj^shTp in OinA or 
owner-sampler. 

VAm^wmme IiAmm 
WILL M.4KB mmtvt 

Push lambs for the early market 
this y«tr! 

All 4ndicatloiu point to the early 
ilay and June lamb nvrket as the 
beit of the seMoh. So Vhe ftoducw 
who gets his lah»ba ready by then 
will be ahead of the gtm^ 

Mow to make lambs grow, ftrt? 
Sheep are kept Inside more during 
bad weather, so tr^ to keep bed- 
ding reasonably ft«rii and the 
building (h7 and well-venilated. Be 
sure there Is'etraugh space at the 
feed trough and hay rack. 

Sheep need plenty of water. If 
fresh water Is not easily available, 
the ewes w^l not drink enough 
and their milk prodiictitm will 
drdp. 

Sheep fveed more feed when the 
ground Is covered With snow. Good 
qualty ocK-n or' grass silage will 
help replace grazing and sthnulate 
the ewe's milk flow. If pr«;tioa, 
keep ewes with twin Jamb* mp- 
arate from ewes with single lan^M. 
The ewes nursing twins will need 
n)ore feed and It's better to feed 
them separately. 

Dock and castrate lambs «Miy, 
preferably befoire th^ are a week 
old. Last year in Virginia, buck 
lambs brought an avetnge of $1.46 
per head less than ewe and weth- 
er lambs. 

Creep feeding all lambs will pay. 
The snmll anrwunt of extra grain 
needed will pay big dlvldendb by 
ntaklng possible to sell the lambs 
an avera^ of two weeks earlier, 
and usually at a «hlgher gradf. 
The creep ration should be akiMMt 
all corn, periia)» with a snriall 
amoimt of oats o^ other grain. U«e 
gi^und, shelled com at first. It 
can be fed cracked or whole later. 
Do not use com and (ob meal. 

flow the lambs look Is a good 
Indication of their condition. If 
lambs have a bright, lively look, 
and" their wool look.s bright, they 
are probably making good gaiiM. 
On the other hand, if they have a 
sleepy, droopy look and their wool 
is dull, start to worry. 

Master Plumbers^ 
Of fleers Named 

The Princess Anne Master 
Plumber's Asaociatiqi's regular 
monthly meetli^ wa% held Febru- 
ary 13th at the Pine Tree Inn at 
730 p.m. 

The new officers were ItMalled 
as follows: A. L. Butt, president; 
A. D. Calabrese. vice-president; C. 
H. Byler, secretary; H. Dunham, 
treasurer; A. F. Carroll, ^t. of 
Arms; J. "M. Potter, director (three 
yrs.) 

After dinner, business was die- 
ctissed. tlwa the meeting adjourn- 
ed. The next regular monthly 
meeting on (Monday, March 13 will 
again be held at the Pine Tree 
Inn at 7:30 p.m. 



DAIRYMAN MTST 
PROGRl^H TO SURVIVE 

Progress is the price of survival' 
m the dairy business today. 

Competition is getting tougher, 
and gtKxl production today will be 
consldwed only fair production to- 
morrow, and finally will fall into 
the "po<»r" classification. 

There was a time when produe- 
tlon was a desirable program for 
the best (tetrymen. iRecords were 
tlxiught of as nice, but not neces- 
sary. Dairymen could make more 
money simply by working Ijarder. 
Tiiese things are not true today. 

Now a dairyman finds It Impos-, 
slble to feed his cows at tite most 
{MOfltable level without modefn 
machine-processed dairy herd Im- 
provement association or owner- 
sampler records. /He needs records 
to show ^wiUch lielters siiould be 
k^tt, which should be sold. He 
needs records In culling, breeding, 
identification. 

Every dairyman can be sure his 
competition is looking after detSlI 
to Improve efficiency. And the 



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Bank of frineess km WHI 
Havi Official Opening latnriiy 



The first batiktnf Institution tar 
Princess Anne County opened itx 
Jdoors )Mt Monday morning when 
the new Bank of ft*lnce«B Anne 
accepted lt« first deposit. The new 
bank is located on Virginia Beach 
boulevard at the entrance of the 
Attigona Village nhopptng center. 

-The new bank had Iti^ unofficial 
opening Monday after tt^'lbwl re- 
ceived eertiflcaUon lant week by 
the Federal Deposit tniiuratKe 
OorpcH-ation, 

According to W. Aibtrt ffaaa, 
preMident of the Bank of Princen 
Anne, fM'mal opening of the l>ank 
will be held with an open hou«e 
on Saturday from 2 to 7 pjn. The 
new t»ank ha« a capital of ^1^,000 
and paid-in surplus of I^OOO. 

The new bank ha» opaned with 
a staff of four but la designed for 
41 much larger corpoi^Aion. There 
k ample parking and rotna f^r ad- 
tfltfiMui fadUtieii on tli* sit*. 
^ Other offlcem of the bank are 
Sidney Kellam, chairman of the 
Inavd, and Edwin C Keilsm. c*^<^ 
im. 

Cm the board of directora, be- 
^des the officent, are John Attt- 

E" >na, Albert Lee Btmney, 8. Piul 
rown. John V. Fentresa. Pi'ed A. 



Haycox, Richard S. Holland and 
FVank Tarrell. 

HeiiK. a veteran of .10 years in 
i>anking, la»ttly as vice president 
of The Bank of Virginia, said the 
bank will t>e open five days a 
week — ^Monday through Friday — 
from 9 to 1, plus an extra openli^; 



each Friday 
7 p.m. 



afternoon from 4 to 



State's 

Toll ContlMM 

Tf Irap in 1S61 

VlrgtnU*a steady and sMbManttal 
^ ndiKtloii of annual traffic AhMs 

/> m»- vten o»tttinti«d th«MJir^M> 

^^ flmt two months of liV, CBliM 
r W Wootfoon. Jr., reported to- 

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the QovemoKR Kiftrwvy Safety | 
ComOiHtae and Sup*rJntendefM ofi 
•tat» Police, Mt th* tott for thej 

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tor the »*me period of IMO. Here. ^'""^^ .Maibon. .M»-au, uianam 

Kwvever, he noted that aastt ail^ 
MMmrd revision couii| jx>«Al4y be 
ll^N^ed due to let* rejMTtt m 
iiaMui ofpersons now tmrrisA M 
lljwed. Tile latter deaths revert 
to the date of injury Asr ati^sti- 



Fifth Rnite 
Minstrels Set 
For 4 Shows 

The Fifth Annual Priius^s Anne 
Rurltan Mlnstrer Show will t>e pr«» 
»iented .March 22 at Xorvlew High 
School and on March 23, 24 and 
25 at Prlncen-s Anne High School 
at 8 "p.mr " "-—••——•:■' - - • 

Featuring a caist of over 100, this 
««how has becon^ one of the mo«t 
popular single entertainment at* 
tractions In the Tidewater area. It 
is eonsl^red one of the few au- 
thentic Minuirel shows still being 
performed. EM-h y«ir months «rf 
reseaix'h goes into the planning of 
material for tM sIk^w to Insure a 
"pure" miitsti^l production. 

For t!^ third consecutive year 
the show will be directed by J<Aa 
McFali who also contributes much 
of the original material that Ls 
written especially fw: the produc- 
tion. 

Making Ma fourth appearance aa 
Interlo«Ht»r wlU be V. A. (Jack) 
Etheridi^. SU)erhtge is noted for 
hlx abllKv to kvay fM ahow mov- 
ing at a' awlKt, pirbr*aHloR<yL.Mice 



Country Day School In Rehearsal 




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&U(ieitts erf die Country Day School for Girls hei^ are shown rehearsing for a play. The 
KaalyiVlBJ came mtoncti," wlitch fliey will present in two performances at the First Pres^terian 
Oiurch on Friday and Saturday nights. From left, Betty Lou Burton, Barbara Thomas. Susan 
Cfommelin, Pe^y Coleman, Wmg Todd, Nancy Geist and Laura Lambe, (Boicc Photo) 



Oinvasbacks 
Mnmedheads 
6ahi in Sounii 



CaavaatedL aad redhead dacks 
b^armmt e o ww M ^ ra My la mam- 
kar 4«riBg Jamaary aad FeBm. 
mrf !■ the -Baak Bay-Cnvttack 
•oMM area, I 't f r ta 'VeaeM W»> 
tcrCav] BMuKliit Jaks lUa«ack. 




£ndmao for the UMi edition ar« 
all vaMAwns of th« P.A. Ruritan 
Minatral iShowH and Include Geoi^ 



eal purposes. 

Vb^ia's highway dwiths drop- 
Md mtn dl2 in 1057 to Ml in 
In^ to ^0 In i«» and to 7ae in 
IWO. Tnfttc vohmies. Colonel 
^oodioa noted, are now about 6.7 
iar^irt above thot^ of 10^. 

PedMtr^B d«rths paralleled Uw 
overall r«iuctkm wMi a drop of 
frraa 21 to 18 for tim period. 

•it te still too early to draw any 
MHKrate conclusiona frcMQ this 
jiivonrt>le trend," Cokwel Woodson 
iitd, "^ut If we can ke^ H alive, 
ife will have one of the beat rec- 
0t^ tai the country when 1091 
ODOiea to an end. Our I960 rate of 
4Ji dratha per 100 million miles 
<^ travel was well Im^ow. the na- 
ttonal average rtf 8.3 last year." 
< In eoncludti^, he aakad the p>ub- 
Uc not to loc(lc upon the situation^ 
t(lmipix as a stattstlcat redaction 
Mut as himian lives fflved. "Any of 
Wmm Uvea ^ved oouM have been 
fuMim or that of aoeM<me <l»(u' to 
j^u," he commuted. 



Ilroet DistiRoe 
iiaUng Ptaniwil 
Motlly by Fan 

The Ch ea a ptafce a»* PWw»ac 
Te lepboiie Ow yany this we ek a»- 
^(MMiM ptona^to w^^ dtreer 
4staAce dteltng. M> OttD, service 
to Vki^nia ^Kdi and the sur- 
roundliif btm by early fWl. 

TWa omnea on the heels of es- 
tablferimwnt of the nsw fMility 
^mvb & to Rlcbnmnd and W other 
^l»R)f» sear; the Virgtaia eapl- 

' L. F, Patrick, tnan^w of the 
Virginia Beach M^W^ge, Mid ex^ 
tinalon of the servlA t% IliW see- 
tlofl will Wng the MtlMwM to- 
tal of sirt^rtbers wiCh dtt^ dlA- 
mm dflUirm'to w» tfan TO per 
eent of all telaj^M* * -mt.- ♦ 

More than 1K.0QO mMmiAMs In 
tlM RlctanoBd ar^ mm are al^ 
to dtoi some SO miillon te^honM 
tbrou^wut the Unl^ »mlm awl 
danate. i _« 1 

In the ^at sew«i"»rt«» CtP 
technicians have teaa MMittng 
riod t^^f dM |B| tttOtott |MiU. 
ties wl^ w««W Wbm Vm to 
wt^ribem in ti^^ mmm» tm 
now nw» ttan » par «M a* tt»* 
OM* ciMsmKH in tlw sMe teve 
dlreet dWaws dialing. 

OtomA teUng la tiM4|Md m 



Baton, Les Lam, 'Richard Kellam, 
f^nk Matbon and Pete Scoppa. 

BWmUag for the Mcotid year 
vMir^« the "Dixie Dancers", one of 
the h}ts of last y^^r's production, 
under the direction of Sarah Sad- 
ler. * •" 

According to Henry White who 
is creatiim many of the special ef- 
fects and set pieces tor the *h«w. 
thin win be the mcHrt ambitious 
pmduetion to date frMna techni- 
cal point of view. 

Tickets tw Mw March 22 per- 
fornuitiee may be pdrchased from 
members of ll»e Cfti^apeake Ath- 
letic Club, .'iponaors of the perfotnv 
ance at N'orview Ht^ School, or 
fnwn members <* The FWbcms 
Anne Ruritan Club for the TTiurs. 
day, Friday and S«urday night 
perfomuMas, Curtofn time «icli 
night wUl be 8 pjn. 



FromTennites 
To Recipes - It's 
In SUBURBIA 



wM4Mft|r 



Ijpfwuid 

itjit Ml 



2 nays Listed 
Onfeeitend 
Vm^ Slate 



BPWC'slltb 
Anniversary 
Party Monday 



Heart Fund's 
1961 Campaign 
Goal Assured 

with more than half of the l»ei 
Heart Fund Campaign goal <)f 
.S415.00() already pledged. Stato 
Chairman Wallace R. Heatwole of 
Waynesboro expressed confidence 
this week that contribution-'^ ^ill 
exceed the mark when total re- 
turns are in. 

Heatwole at the same time re- 
leafsed figures which show that 
1959 deaths attributable to di-Heanes 
of the heart and circulation, in Vir- 
ginia Beech were well ahead of the 
rate for the State at large. 

These diseases account*^ for 
M.H per cent of all death* here 
while the State rate was .51.9. Prln- 
eCfss .\nne County, exclu-slve of 
Virginia Beach, on the other hand 
was below the State's level at 474- 

Incomplete returns show pledges 



SANITATION, SAFETY IMWK5VttAW^TS Wtti Mm 
VIIK5INIA BEACH'S GROWING Ni»S K» m» ' 

Sewera^ ami sanitattoft work «^*i^ fr<«« fvm jfHB^ ^ 
planning artd construction are nearing comjrtetioB U» V^^fim 
Beach and by August city off krials expect to havr «l<^^a««B« 
system as mo<fcm and servkxabte » iny comi»rtttate 0« in we 
nation. • < 

Prevailing pipe system arte being replaoed by iai^ fiKflKMi^ « 
pumping stauon which has become a traffic hazard m ***^^ «- 

moved, a 250.000-g8llon-cap«:ity water tow«r will be 

^ ,._. — -Z — „ — , an4 tin^ will be p»t dtfwtt In IteF 

j fihadfl^ Uiiii s#«lon tetm fwr- 
1 race Ave. south awl at the awth 
lend from 47| «reet to the fKy 
j limits, 

'- Th^ overall ^ wUl ha^ am 
more than^^lkflM mhm H i» iin- 
; allv finished and ttivolvea Vm wem 
I at' tlar^ construction compin^m. 

According a^ GiW nM^MM- 

fCharte» KIley, Virginia Mm wOl 

! have 'Nlrtuallv lOO per cent wa- 

T. M. Bellamy, head of the fam-j tef service— ami that to Just aAoui 

lly corporation which i« develop-; as close to perfection as w^ dt> 

Itig BeEtemy Manoi' to the Kemps- , can get." 

vlile section, ^alri yesterday thati Vtrst J^rt FtaMlc^ 

all was not as reported c^noenUng 



Bellamy Manor 
Hassle Brings 
Owner's Reply 



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mAm*^ 



ptof Vlqr tai MjtmMk^'ti eemn^, 
Mtswatm %» P a Batar OeM^a Cat- 
tan. ■• tMa w aftMM Ml te ttdto 

ewtariv«^ to Oe l^i^ta laartt 
ItaakSrews far yMur rcadlag ]^aa> 
aati. 

Ala* la tkki toMMs yM coaae 
Im^ te ftM« wttk tanaltMi, What 
to 4k» Mwat tteai to ao ^oMea 
tt ^m rmi fte ads elsewk«« la 
Aa BMriipi^iH'. 

Vhwra m^iulMm abo«t do4t. 

CtMe AnAiMto <vte ma. 
latoeet .«iMe %rM, we teUwi> 
and «i* iNWert iMarliag IiMIikw. 
tmmmim la • Vbrglala Baadi 
»a»M0m» 1^ to te waders «i 
tha tmtmi fhoaiay la avery 
innMu «Mit^ |a^H^ day far 
ov MiMK»«Nn. M jrwiVe set « 
tte tttf, get « « *«*». Ifca 
gaa>Xe«s 4a ^ n«lr 
eMttI a«a |^Ma« la 
Aaae «Ani^« t^fi^a^ 
gnMrtaMf cMMmaltr. 

TV HCnNCS MOVIi» 



1MWd^rtto>n>edkMMM.Sfiw.r 
a firm rsmB^ orfMMed by « 
group of Tidewater bwlnfca«iw», 
ii Mgavid in t^^mm 16-ntlnt^ 
.te^rWon txogoMB ft» i^ifta. 

tlMI. . 

Ifan^an.. wen*iwwn to TV aigl- 



waterfawl 
«« Pebmar}- S 
««ava«lMwlu aMi 
%fm 're<HMa4k to be preseat. 
tilaeocfc r^^arted aeet^g aelUier 
of tbaae v«cfa» dirtlim Ma sar- 
reys 1^ lale Deceaiber. 

CM tli# IKTIB birds seea mi 
Pebrwy ». O^UO were dabb- 
Uag dacfea, SMSl were «vti« 
Aaeka, iMM wei^ Caaada getae, 
9tJU» ware aaow geese,; aad 
ISjVM war* awaa. 

Tba iacrsase Im caa vaati a rto i 
aad redbeada ia Vtrg^afa aad 
Kattb €aro^ pandMed la* 
cteaaas liK.othar areaa of Ike At. 
Uattr Flyway. Federal kMogMs 
report tbat tb^fflyi^ir popala* 
tloB of redheads lUa winter was 
doable laat yeaKa total. »aa that 
cawraabaeha were ap pbmrt 43 
perceat over VIM, 

CofOfOMlers 
Hame Change 

X f^e^af n»mbership meethtg; 
of thfe A'll^ia Beach Chamber of 
Colnn»W Is- •<*eduM for next 
MoaAav aJfternoon in the Conven- 
tion Center. The meeting is sched- 
uled to ^t underway at 3 p.m. 

"The meeting has been called to 
discuss XhB possibUlty of changing 
the name of the commerce organl- 
sattcm to include the Princess Anne 
OauRty area," Albln R, Mailhes, 
prudent, stated. 

At the February meetlx^ of the 
board of directors the ip-oup voted 
to call a general membership meet- 
ing for the sole purpose of discuss- 
ing the question of a name change. 

A special committee has been 
nnfclng a study of the question and 
* expected to make * report on^ 
the matter at Monday's meeting. 

iMembers of the committee are 
iHm^ P. TarraH. Jr., chairman; 
I^WMfl "ftylor. James G. Konto- 
{wnot, It«^rt A. Holt, Jr„ and 
A. B. Crews. 

WILUAIS IS NAIED 
fO CERTEiWAL JOB 

Wtade Wtlliama this weejc ac- 
cepted a temporarv a|q>ointtnent as 
Executive Director of the ^lenan- 
doah Valley Civil War Centenntol 
Commlarfon. WUUams, wiK» ft» 2, 
years served as Public ReWlwis 
iMrec^ for JTlie Oonfedera^", 
wtl)^^ «^ aitour of hattlefteMs 
and shrlnea In the Valley. 

Many of the major t»ttlea of the 
ClvU War were fought to the Val- 
ley and it Is anticipated that it will 
be a ma^r tourist attr«;tlon dur- 
ing the ^enAennlal. 

%lHteM plans to return to Vit^ 
idntai Beach the la^r part of ^y 
t^iwiiaa Wa d^irttiw wtth tti* 



t 



The Country Day School will pre- 
sent its annual "Evening of Thea. 
tre" on Friday and Saturday, 
March 10, imd U at 8:30 p.m. at 
the Pi'esbyierian Church, 3(ith and 
l*acific. 

Offered thte year are a inu^'ical, 
Om ttOt'^'Tti^.WMi Pwrty Draws" a'iih tmh 
■Ic by David Rogers and Mark 
Bucct, based on Margaret Bland'ti 
"Pink and Patches '. produced by 
special arrangement \^-ith Samuel 
FIWHich, Inc. and a comedy "The 
Lady Who Came to Lunch" by 
Baiiette Hughes, also produced by 
.special arrangement with Samuel 
French. 

The locale of "The Pink Party 
Dr^s" Is the exterior of a small 
mountain hut. The characters are 
poor mountain people. Cast are 
i'exls, the sixteen year old girl, is 
Julie Whitehurst, with Mary Doug- 
las as her brother Bexte, and Lynn 
Church as "Ala". Tftie two "summer 
lames'* who bring a ray of fright- 
neHS into the drab scene are San- 
Deacon and Judy Huck. M^a, 
H. Church ha.s supervised the 
nuisic, and the plav Is under the 
direction of .Mrs. wiUlam Sills, Di- 
rector of Dramatics at the school. 
Accompanist, Betty L«u Burton. 

fht ae^jnd play of the evening 
is "Tlw liBdy W'ho Came to Lunch" 
a comedy bv Babette Hughes. Wing 
Todd is Mrs. Charles, the tady, 
Laura tarabe Is Mrs. Adams her 
harassed' hostess, Peggy Coleman 
the poker-faced maid, Betty Lod 
^rton, Su-s&n Crommelln an(^ Bar- 
bara Tlwmas are chorus girls, and 
.S'ancv Ceist a .society girl. The 
play Twolves about tlte mUsfor- 
tunes that overtake a most remark- 
able hat that belongs to Mrs. 
(Series, and the surprise ending 
involves dx ladies who also come 
to lunch, portrayed by Linda Mas. 
Cerson, Winton Mather, Judy 
Strickland. Leone Rldsdale, Sally 
Claud, and Bonnette Refo. Directed 
by Ut% ailte. 

SC^e managers for both s|iowa 
are Abby Starke and Betsy Scott, 
tixcutlon of s«t8, Mrs. J«eph Breife 
San, Carol Bavne, Mi-s. M. G. 
Bayne, Mrs. C. U. : Walkley. C^js- 
tumes, Mrs. 8. P. Ctepd. n 

Between the acts there will be 
divertls«nentss in Ftench by Llia 
illls, Betsy Parker. Fontafhe Syei, 
Leon* Rldsdale. ami Caroline Bay- 
ly. 



The BafdaesK aad Profeswional 
Wonnm*s <*hib of Priacess .%bb« 
Coaaty wlH celebrate Itit 11th 
MtHday Moaday wUb a dinaer 
fwrty at the Flae Tree laa at 
7 p.m. 

Seaped u[n»« "fce^ ii^^^m^^ 
their elUMtH to elevate the i«taRdi> 
ardA f(M* women in bUNinc^K and 
la i^e ptofestdoBM. 

After, the dlaaer, the luemljeni 
will vole o« the •iteic of offlccr» 
which hast been pre.sented by thi- 
aonlaatlag ranmittee.* Nemina- 
tlons also aiay be made from the 

Hie c^imlttee~4tself' «le«4«d, 
not appointed — ha<t chosen for 
president. Mrs. Agne^ Mabry; 
first vice |>re.s»dent, Mli*s Harriet 
AtMtocfc; second vice presidiNat, 
.MIsK Helen Grejtham; retarding 
secretary, Mrs. Gdaa GUbbs; cor^ 
responding necretary. Mis, ^ary 
Atkins and treasnrer, Mrs, 
Loafaie MndgeN. 



GALILEE CHOIR TO SING 
"THE XRUCIFIXIOM" 



The Galilee Episcopal Church 
choir will offer a preBaster fea- 
ture with the singing of "The 
Crucifixion" at 5 p.m. Sunday, 
March %». 

SubsequeiK special aervlcM are 
being .scheduled for Maundy Thurs- 
Oaf, Good. Friday, Easter Ev* and 
Easter Sunday, Including participa- 
tion in the 6 a.m. sunrise ceremony 
at the Cape Henry memorial cross 
at Fort Story. 



the hassle over road and drainage 

problems In the new residential 

«>mmunit\-.j 

. -,». »,ort ,,-., „ , „/ 1 Heckled by home-buyers In the 

':l'J''.^"'^'f^.:'?hr^-^'^ '»' °'' .mo.1ri-acre property and restrain- 

eil by the Prlncewi Anne Board of 
Supw^Jsors, which is withholding 
issuance of plat appi^vais and 

and 

que.s for correcUve surge! y to help 

persons who are suffeiing from dl- 

.wa-ses of the heart and circulation. - . . ,,eMrived 

Other Hvart Fund dollars finance' '^i*" f'"** 'j*'^^*^' *"""**:, 

heart educational programs for lay What la m«bI. 

and professional people and cont! "Bellamy Manor U amply able 



of $228,f00 thiTHigh Monday. Feb.^ 

27, as compared with $" 

l-\>bruary 29 last year. 

Heart Fund dollars ai*e chan- 
neled Into research to develop new ' 

drugs new '"f^«^^,«>*J^;*^^i building and ijeallh ii«Tnits in I9ift 
treatment, and new techni- __ Blllamv Sd ttat In the more 



Tlw firs* segment <rf t^, pi^^en 
Is' practically eom|rf«ed, arttk W- 
or 12-lnch pipe laid from ISOK tt 
21st Greets on Atlantle cvfMWW 
TMn Une r^tet^ the old »M^ 
pipe and witt be nmrked 'mnkS^tf 
when a saiatf itreteh between Itth , 
and l%h M^Mm ts woui^ 19 ty 
week's end. 

The A. O. Plrtkston Cwnjpany of 
I^M-tsmoutti is %*Bdllng th*i ^ 



area 

than five years ilnce the project I ^^ the .«ame |(M;S3ft contract lt> 
Ije^an the present complaints were I eludes removal of the puntpinft 

station at 9th streirt and Cartb»»»" 
Eivenue which long ha^ plagued t* 
residents of the f ' •■ ^^'"' 



de!<igned |.»aiiiced c 



for the aSBttw .-»n n^i qaa^^^ 
nu« line, work upon wW Wpi||y '' 
this week antt i* due tOt dBBIpw- 



reqiiii-ed of It — taking into wmfifd- 
eratlon the various agreements 

made to me," Bellamy said. . _., „,,.«. 

The real estate developer say.J ion wlthm^20 days. ThU Uaa, M^ 
that he ha^ complied with every j 'nth pipe, wiU run uiHle|r 
stipulation re<niiied of him in a- 
series of "gentlemen't* agjeemems" . 
with rountv officials and feel-* thMj 



rehabilitation programs 

to help cardiac..* return to normal 

living ni- as near normal as po* 

"With vour fine contribution, that ne has complied with every} 'nth pipe, »'« run ".J^f r J*""' 
Vou are helping fight our worst 1 stipulation re<nmed of him in a •' avenue from isth to i«nsirw>. 
health, enemv,- Heatsvole declare,! series of "gentlemen',* agjeemems". where it will *»«"'' li«'""*^,"2!2 
in commentlrfg an the Heart Ftmd ^ith rountv officials and feeln thati existing p pea a'''»«'y ^ ^^W 
returns and in discussing «he tre- the piibllc'at large has not been! under Pacific avenue ttmn «nd to 

mendous utrhles that have been-fiuiy informed of hl.s position in,+tth streeta. ^ _ 

made toward the conquest of heart tbematter. J . . , "i.!S^l^f^ a««m 

disease In the past few y^rs. latest reports were that at a j rn this g^neWMea, « ^^^ 
"Some oi>ei-atlons which were im- meeting. Mondav, attended by Bei-jC and Holly Re^, »f ^^T^ 
po.ssHjle two v«irs ago are nowj „mv; C. T. Murphy, president of j gallon tank will be oaa«W«g|ja 
savmg many «v«. and the curteinj the" conHnunJtv's civic league; he^> staWllK preswire thm^^Mt 
on secrets of the hrart and howioountv Engineer S. T. Barker, Jr., the system, 
to work With them to the advant.gp^j planning Commission Director " "*'" '" 
age of the cardiac Is l>elng pushed i p^ Mason Oamage, a four-point 

plan was offered to clear up the 

disagreenvents. "S 

The plan calfed for Bellamy to 

iHiild a drainage ditch around the 

propertv, with a runH>ff liA> an} 

adjacent canal; to do aMlttenal 

Irving on four Streets which were 

said not to meet state standards; 

to provide turning space for traf- 
fic at the ends of .all roids, and 

to hire an engineer to provide data 

on J»w to carry out the proposals. 

Ground breaking ceremonies fOri „ J*'^"|^*^ u^ nXmn Is 
the new MkgcJ Vmm ^^l ^^{^%^^^^^^,^ 

ror oai-j^jjj a^j. the board of supei-\Hsors 
t to withdraw the restrictioiw; now 



track steadily. SVbo Snows what 
awaits the' researcher in the 
months and year ahead? What 
awaits him awaits many who seek 
help for their heartsi" t 



ARAGONA BEONMNG 
RECREATION CENTER 



tlon Center is scheduled 

lirday, March 11, according to an 

announcement made W*e<lnesday. ; :• »" ■-"-„~_h •*»«,, « noiian«f would 
"It*™ ««™wM.n«^ «,H.i«»«i4 «fM. ta^wi la effect and that it tjeiian^ wouiu 
The ceremony is^raiert for wsw, "^ »»»ftivi w,n,i nio,i»in» mm- 

at the site of the rtew building , V^"^ 



p.m. 



a $.W.«X> bond pledging com 
of the work In a "rea.son- 



located at the fjMt of Detoratane^Pj^tlon^^^^ committee would 

In^Aragona Village. The public l^j «5;^i\';'^„ftinR the bans immed- 

lately. 



The plays, which have played lo 
overflow airilenees In past yeai^s, 
are being; presented on two consw- 
cutlve evenings in order to 8«S>m- 
modate everyone conrfoitably. 



UniE THEATRE GROUP 
SCIEDOLES TRYOUTS 

Trwuta will be held Monday and 
Tuewlay "at 8 p.m. for Virginia 
Beach Little Theatre's final pre- 
tentiilon of the wason, "Separate 
Roon«." 

AH persona li^rested in per* 
forming or assisting the productton 
*aff are requested to report am 
of thaw times at the Workshop, 
l*h areet and Arctic Avenue, dl 
mcU% behind the OtjBununRy 
HouMT. 

'Serrate Roon»" Is descrBjed 
as a sliok, Mphisticated comedy 
and Uttla Theatre officials are 
Mcth;alarly aoxtotM to enUA a 
maomi, eiNft to <mmx their aue- 
f^^l 10i641 serWa . 




It will be painted to i^ad n^ 
four-point ! the «urix>unding woodei| ppafiftty 
and. according to Klley, "Wfll ^ 
ahtiost^, InvtelhTe.** 

Cbntradt for the I^A at tW 
south and north limits of the C^' 
bm be«> Jet to the E. V. WOiajBa 
Co., Iim:.. of Norfolk and will eort 
j>8ft.011. Thl« job calls tor com^ 
tlon within 150 days an* Will Wng 
Virginia Iteach to the n«r 1(* per 
cent eovenwa which ta the dty's 
goal. 

Klley potated out that home 
owners expect water to flow wten 
they tufn on the shower and that 
the' new svstetA will gut|Mataa jMU 
.service for the foreseeable futtflw. 

Officials expbtn that, althouih 
the old system operated quite Well, 
it was not sufficient to gWe marl- 
mum satisfaction at peak periods. 

"T%i8 will be'trf inestte«*le \-al- 

r ue to all of us," Klley said, "Wrt 

especially to tha%i^ hotels mi 

the toBrists who patrcni»> th«tt in 

the summer." 

He ai^ eommen^d on the added 
safety ftet<M' in the event of a qm- 
^ emergency and" said ttet Vfcp» 
ginla Beach's'safety and swtttffcM. 
measures now wouM be iaM« ftan 
adeqtMte for a cHy ex|ieetlng to 

( foatlBBed OB Tagr ^ 



The eqwestriaiB $howfi above are i»epartng for a mms of rtdiiig classes whicli will be a 
part ^ a YWCA pr^^ram m this Mea. llie j« week 00mm m rk&^ wiU c<wttB««« en Manh 
14 at the Great l^lcdE l^ahto.- From 1^ Mn. dciry Adibum, iiwtructor, Mrs. J(*n EcMs and 
Mrs. liilMs Kddi, tto^Bto. (SfasraoM ^o«>) 



PETITION lEQiffiSIS 
EWHArFOrNCS^ 

A man i.s the do^s l>a«t ftlend— . 
In Princess Anne CSounty, that t«. 

Thi.* man, William N.' P«er«^ 
216 «3rd atrert, views the ree««»t 
canine l^whing law with siKh dt*- 
favor that he Is clrctilatlnt a ^t- 
tlon to have it change at ^b0 aex 
meeting of the ft>anl erf ^peb^to" 
ors op March 13. 

He and a helping commltlW al- 
ready clahn smne 1,100 naaw of 
peMiona who are wllHng to go to 
the dogs and .say eonfldeiHh* th4t 
the figure will reach 3,080 
(for Dc^) Dav. 

The petition says that r«pon 
lt>le Ajg rtwnars ^\ the ordhBinc 
pa^ed in January. Is prrf»lbhi». 
and that It 1« soT IMi&* tJirt u 
could be mlsinterpretad. 

It often, to nfdMa tte law in 

rffect, a dMIWeht ^sMn @t flft 

and ^ pouwl lm» and wMn th, 

the animals he iOIowM tto frt 

itan a* ttwir own iM^M^aoi 

(AIM^n ara at ^^f ••• tir^ 
fftHget, thci^ Mbi 



Vta^nia B««ch SUN-NEV*S 
Page 2-A 



Diafte McCul 

Bride of 
W. P. Finriegan 

'^ "ni^ «i*mag^ ^ MtM Dinne Mc- 
tttU^.and WllUam Pet«r Finnegia 
Jr. took place Sunday, February 
tmh at 4 p.m. at St. MarUn's 
£pis<k3|>al caiunch. 

, l^i^ c-ertmony ^wr ferforine<| by 
the ^. Chtt«*iU ofcoa. 

tW brWe te ttie da^Mler of Ool 
L. :H8.v<>» McG«I^y,Tl»|C, antf 
Wm iM<^Mlloy of Quantico. The 
fetWpgroom's parents are Mr. and 
Mrs. William Peter Finnegan of 
tpftjBhavM Ootony, Y^. Btmeb, 

A t-ce^ori W9 flv«» at Wtlter 
yt4l Iifil«-, Um «Mpie left for a 
^eddtBiS trip. Tlwy wiU Uw at 
WI t, "Mr^ m., Qremmt, NjC 
where both are attending East 
Carolina College. The bride is a 
fnai;^^ <rf Alplia Delta PI sorority 
In4' ,{^ bridegroom is a member 
j^f M^^ <%i A4>>» triMmily. \ 





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W. Q. Maser Jr. will trrtv* Sun* 
day ftwm Rlehmond to apcnd tw» 
wecHs with his parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. John B. Norfleet at their 
home on S3rd St. Mrs. Maser and 
their two sons will join ttiem taiter. 



neck Point atUir simndh^ tieveral 
WM^ at Del mu Sm0 «|d fmt 
Biftcli, noridK fl^^pw have at 

Was Ea^ Howttiok of Aoctn 
Mount HjC. 



Mr. ami Mra. WIHten 3. Vtmgtmm 
are spending several weeks In 
rkM-lda. 



Mr. and Mrs. Bruce BeH of Wtff- 
rwrton. NjC. will spend this week- 
ei^ an the gueMs of Mr. and Mm. 
Charles Gllmm at their 'hoiM la 
f««Meii« Anne Hilte. 



Angle Alexander has returned to 
hl8 home in Alanton after spend- 
ing savaral weeks in Florida. 

•Mr. and Mrs. T. CcMtiaB Berry 
and Mr. and SfiM. Mmm A. Johi»> 
son Jr., syeatt liM w«iAend m 
Raleigh, NjC. and attended the At- 
lantic Coast (inference n»keU>aU 
To«irna»Mat held tSere. 



Mt. and Mri. Karl Wunder Iwve 
returned to their home In Bird- 



: Singer Sewmg A\adiiiie Co* 

A SINGEB RfiPRESENTATIVE 

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yomg l^nlx^s as well as the more demure ytnuig ladte loc^ 
like doQs in this excepUooal group, the sets in 3x6x— $7.98 

in 7-14— $8.98 

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Mr. and Mrs. Manley Wlx and 
their young (toiy^r, Iwve re- 
turned to their h<«fce in DMsvffle 
after visiting Mrs. FVlx's niottiert 
Mrs. Letilie T. Terrell at har iMime 
on 54th St. 



Mr. and Mp; "P^ J- WJittI and 
their two dau<tMtt<s ^nt )a«t 
weekend in R«Kt|^: N.C. where 

C<MNh«in» BadiM»it TdwnHMWMA, 



Mr. Bad Mn. A. J. F^ Oomlo aMl 
Vforn^ W. Mer^a speM iaiM 
weekend viBiUng Charles Harria 
board his yacht anchored at Pt, 
Lauderdale, fla. 



•Mr. Md Mrs. A. C. Wood have 
returned to their h^M on Ptwa- 
hontta Orlv*. irftcr apencttBg tft- 
era] 4ii;^ iMMng Mr«. yf9aS% 

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and 
Mrs. Richard Booth in CharloUe, 



Mr. and Mra. Clifford Uerser 
^ent last weekend in Washington 
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pa- 
trick i^ea. they atten<tei the 
Van CUburn c«Mwrt .Sonday «ft 
Constitution HalL 



Dr. /and Mns. AltOiq E. Hodges 
ii. of Richmond were the reeent 
guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon 
HoneycBtt at their home on 23rd 
Street 



9^. BIlIu^ E. iiOdge and. two 
children have arrived from CTiula 
Vtota, Oallf. to vlsH Mrs. Lodge's 
parents, Mr. and Mi%. Russell Mar- 
shall at their Bay Colony h^tte. 

Mr. and lib's. <M<t Parker, Mr. 
nad Mrs. J. T. (>oww1tite Jr., and 
Mr. and Mrs. £klwnn& T. Caton Ul 
have returned to tbeir bmne here 
after spending two weeks in Pcmi- 
pano Beach, Fla 



iMiC- and Mrs. Regiimld Moolenaar 
of London. England, has arrived 
to visit her sisters, Mrs. N. E. 
^ni^ and Mr. Smith at Lake 
Smith and Mrs. George Pearce and 
Mr. jNarce of J^leasure House Rd. 



Births 

Mti and Mrs. ^len D. Steele of 
Vitf^ia Beach announce the iJirth 
of tJleir second child, first son Al- 
len Dean, on Feb. 13 at Norfolk 
General Hoi^lta}. 

pr, '«Ml 1^^ Ciyde vwnoh Nord- 
siroin Jn, anaoiaace the blr^ of 
their second ehild, second son, 
Dennis Bryan, on February 14 at 
Camp LeJcune Family HospiUl in 
Jacksonville, N.C. Mrs. Nordstrom 
is the former Miss Julie Vakos, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W'illiam 
John Vakos of Virginia Beach. 



Mr. and Mra. James if. Jessup 
announced the bhOh <A their third 
chlW, second daughter, Cynthia 
Lee, bwn FelMTjary 25Ui at De Paul 
Hospital. I^. Jessup is the for- 
mer Miss Vli^nia Simmons. 



Pim CmC LEAGUE 
ffiMBERSHIP MOVE 



The* 'Princess Anne Plaza Civic 
tieague today Iji^lns a two-week 
drive for .,m€«rtirs nHiich Plaara 
"Mayor-witha^t<irtfolio" C, W. 
Bear* hopeR^ preiBi^ will en- 
list the stqiport of too per ceirt 
of the new develc^ment's, resi- 
dents. 

The *e:acutive committeemen, 
tmporary guiding spirits of the 
new or^niiaflon. set up the mem- 
bership campaign at a recent, ses- 
sion and are pienplng the first 
fenenai meeting for April 12 at 
^ pjn. at the Pla«a office of 
Larasan Realty Corporatfon. 

Beard- expects the full comple- 
ment to hold election of perman- 
ent officers earty in September and 
says ^t the pi*ogram has been 
accepted with such enthusiasm 
thai the lei^:tie is we^ts ah^Hi ^ 
the scindute er^imlly contem- 
pMed. 

District Igadere appointed to 
h«Kl the membership dr^e are un- 
der the overall chairmanship of 
Mrs. W. to, Fillmore and are; N, J. 
Boogsdes, Frontier Ifomes; Glen 
Fwtep, C^fiWi#rl»rwoiod; 'Mrs. B. 
W. Mafee, Klni^wood-Commen, 
and J«nes Tunwr, Westmoreteait. 



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vmm SPEEDUP 

ADS ni^U VETS 



The ^sj^nt's order to sp^d 
up [Ktyment of i»61 GI insurant 
dividends wfll bring f6,10(MSO to 
iOOiVO Virginia veterans, aoootid- 
ing to a brvtifCtown by the VaAw 
an6 AdmliUMraCton. The vet^qg 
who will participate are the luM- 
em of term and permanent ^n 
pw^idsattng NBU fWorld War f) 
aad \XGU (Stvt\a War II) instB*- 
ance poUcies. Heretofore Vbm» 
dlvldeiKls have been paid annually 
within about two ntootha after t^ 
policy anniversary date, and m^ a 
refund of part of the premium pa^ 
because tlie death rate among (U 
policyholders continues to be tow- 
er than was estimated in the mm"- 
ulity tables orlginaUy set up. 

The dividends will be paid in 
oash, or toward payment of pram- 
lumii, or left oil depoMit with th» 
govern iiient at Interest, in accwA 
ance with the plan piwloualjr dw- 
^fftod ^ tto poUt^'liMlr. 



Patmia Johnscm 

Miss Pat Johnson 
Engaged to Wed 
Lt« G. L Stark 



•.Mr, and 'Mrs. Robert Hunter 
Johnson of Oceana announce the 
enga^nent of their daughter, Miss 
Patricia Anne Johnson to L*. Gerry 
Lyle «ark, U^ son of Mr. and 
Mrs. £ldon N. Stark of Seattle, 
Wa^lngton. - 

Mlas Johnson graduated from 
Princess Anne High School in 1^. 
She attended Norfolk Ck)Uege, 
where she was a member of Alpha 
fota Sorority. Currently she is em- 
ployed as a medical secretary for 
James S- Foster, MjD. in Oceana. 

U. ^ark attended Garfield High 
School in Seattle, Washington. He 
graduated with a bachelor of arts 
degree from the University of 
Wash1ngt<m in 1^ where he was 
a member ^ Zeta Psl Fraternity. 
He is attached to Attack Squadron 
76, United SUtes Naval Air Station 
at Oceana. 

A military wedding is planned 
at the Ctap»l <a the Good ^up* 
herd on June 17th at 3 p.m. 



LinkhornPark 
P-TA Supper 
THesday Night 

The Linkhorn Park School P-TA 
will hold its annual spaghetti and 
pH^'aifp^r' Tuesday in the school 
lunclH«6<HWi' f rom 5:30 to 7:W p.m. 

The menu win consist of spag- 
hetti, pizza pie, tossed salad, bread, 
ice cream and «?ffec. Tickets at 
$1 tot adults and SO cents for chil- 
dren. 

Proceed^ from the affair will be 
used to buV books for the school 
library. 

Adult tickets are now available 
from students but may also be pur- 
chased Tuesday at the door. All 
children's tickets will be k*1 at 
the door. 

The homemade sauce wlU be 
made by Mrs. James W. Allen, Jr., 
general chairman, Mrs. Charles Gil- 
liam, Mrs. Jack Strole and Mrs. L. 

C, Brennan. 

Jack James will be in charge f 
the ticket ta)}le and Mr. and Mrs. 

D. N. Bahlman will serve coffee. 
The plates will be served by Mr. 

and Mr.s. Brennan. Mr. and Mrs. 
Strole and Mr. and Wrs. Allen. 

Seventh grade girls will wait on 
tables. 



Riddick-Burk 

Engagement 
Is Announ^ 

Mr. and 'Mrs. Joseph' Merman 
Riddlck announce tiie ei^gemeM 
(rf tlwir aat^hter. Mlsa NorqMi 
Ell^beth Riddlck, to WlUiam Oil- 
n^r Burk. 

Mr. Burk is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Thomas Ruaaell Burk Of Vlr* 
glnla Beach. 

■Miss tCUddiidc i» a gi^Ktaat* ^ 
Norvlew High 8cl«)ol. She Iff «»• 
ployed by the Norfoft City Re^«a- 
tton Bureau. 

Mr. Burk is a gradwt*' of Nor- 
vlew High Sctrort. He is employed 
by the Virginia Electric and Pow- 
er company. 

The wedding wul take pla^ 
M^rcb 17. , 



Improve Motor 
Manners, Plea 
Of Safety Drive 



•The weather'r bad?— tjet's paw 
a law about it!" "Ot coui'*e, that's 
a silly suggestion," Chief RMves 
E. John^n said today. "Neverthe- 
less, ttiats the attiti^ some p«^ 
sons have." 

"For example," ^ continMd, 
"Uiere are many motorlste who 
seem to think that ail highway ac- 
cidents could be prevented merely 
by 'passing a law'." 

Johnson maintained ttet tmu^ 
accidents aren't the result of a 
violation of a traffic law at alL 
Many are^ the resuH ot poor hi|^ 
way manners on the part of tite 
motorist. 

"That's why the Motor Mmnera 
Program, being sponsored this 
month by the Virginia Beach Po- 
lice and the Governoi* Highway 
Safety Committee, is so bnportant 
to traffic safety," he Mid. 

Good nu^r manners, Johasett 
explained, are the outward ei^pre* 
sion of the motorist's attitude. In 
other words, good manners simptf 
are doing the right thliq; wh«B 
there is no one to make you de tt 
but yourself. 

Example <a poor motor manors, 
he said, are failure to signal one's 
intention, crowding pedestrians at 
crc^walks, or refusing to come to 
a complete stop at a stop s^;na}. 

".Motorists who are discourteous, 
even though they may not Intend 
to break the law, may be just as 
responsible for traffic accld«tt» all 
the delitjej»te law violators," John' 
son said. 

Chief Johnson concluded by ot' 
lerlng a good rule for mot<»'tiM 
to rememben "Drive as you wouM 
have the other feltow driver 
I " ' "P" ' I 11 ." " 

DIPLICATE BMDCaS ChVB 
WlNKfSffi} ASaS ANXOVNCKD 

The winners of the Va. Beach 
Duplicate Bridge Club which i^^qw 
each Tuesday evenings at 7:46 p.m, 
at the Dunes Motor Hotel, 

North<eouth, first place — Mra. 
Mary Ann Clayton and Mrs, Ully 
Johnson; second place— <Mr. R. P, 
Maul, Jr., and Mr. Wesley Payne; 
third place — Mr. & Mrs. A^ M- 
EJwlng. 

East-West, IsA place—ftlr. M. W. 
Camp and Mr. R. M. Furnlss Jr.; 
2nd place — Mrs. Ann Ellis and Mrs. 
Margaret Norfleet; 3rd place— Mra. 
M. F. Camp and Mrs. Kirk Walsh.* 



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^ County Farm 
Grain Survey 
Is Under Way 

A survey «rf ail torma In PHnoeia 
Anne Coun^ which produce feed 
grains l» now (inderway, accm^ 
Ing to Rii»m11 Dudley, chalrinan 
> County Agrtwiltural Stablliatlon 
and Conwrvatlon Committee, 

Tilt gurvey la being conducted 
thixiughout tl» "major feed fraln 
producing area" (which Inclu^s 
Princetw Anne County) as an ad- 
vance step in connection with pro- 
poaed feed grain programs now 
^ under dlacuMlon, The prc^x^^la 

would include adjusting the IBSl 
aer«ig«« of com and other feed 
gratna. 

To put soch a progrmn into oi>- 
eration for tfiBt cropn In a manner 
wWeh would be fair to all growenj, 
accurate data mui«t be obtained 
immediately for the pojudble en- 
tabllshment of feed grain base acre- 
agie« for aH htrnm in the major 
feed grain producing area. Such 
Information will include the acre- 
age history of com, grain «or- 
^um. barley, and oati^ a» well as 
the actwige devoted to other craj^ 
and larKl u^eR, for all fanru^ In the 
area where one or more of th»m 
feed grains were produced within 
the piaat 2 years. 

In other counties — called the 
"minor" feed grain pit>duclng area, 
Ruch data will be obtained for each 
feed grain producing farm for 
which a request is made by the 
owner or operator of the f^rm, 

Dudley explained that it in the 
intention. a$i far as po.^ible, to in- 
terview each farm operator or own- 
er in the A9C county office. He 
urged Princew Anne County farm- 
ers to visit the county office for 
Uut purpo.<3e at soon as poiiHtble. 
■- - ; -^ . ^, ^. ^ - 

LITCKHORX PARK OARDKN 
VhVB HOLOg MEETINU 

The Unkhorn Park Garden Clib 
held its March meeting Friday, 
the 3rd, at the Princess Anne 

.Country Club. Mra. Cheater Banv 

lorth gave a mo«t intereating pro- 
gram and demonstratlim on "Oor- 
•ages". 

The following slate of officere 
for next vear was presented and 
they will be Installed sH the April 
nwetlng: 

President — 'Mrs. Etm«" tlmtill; 
Firnt Vice-president — ^Mrs. E. B. 
Tankersley; 2nd Vice-president — 
Mrs. S. R. Meredith; recording sec- 
reUry— Mrs. Wlliara Phillips; cor- 
resp<m<Ung secretary — ^Mrs. Jam«t 
jfc A. C»rr; Treasurer — Mr«. W. B. 

* If Meredith. 

j^ Miss Margaret* Orr, MM. H. T. 
Jtaaa, Mrs. Elmci- Tnrrail and Mrs. 

;;T;i#*»W""ij|(lj|lni^ and Mrs. John H.,Beil w«-« 
irwarrted blue rlblwns for their ar- 
rangements. 



Lnray Cavenis "Wishing Weil" 
Nets $14,000 Fer Heart Fund 



Whether or not they believed 
that their wlshw would come true, 
rollUons of tourists who have 
visited Luray Oavems, Luray, Va., 
have wished and tossed a coin In 
the "Wishing WeU." 

We shall never know the results 
of tho!^ wtohes, but we do know 
that the coins are making jnany 
health wishes catfif) true—wishes 
of countless people who look to 
health organizations for solutions 
of their health pwJblems. Health 
orpinltatlons like the National 
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis 
aad the American Cancer Society 
have shared In the treasure of the 
Wlfhiog Well hfi past years. 

This year, a cbBck for $14^18.86 
has gone to the American Heart 
Association which In, turn present- 
ed It' to the Vlr0nla Heart Assn. 
This check represented more than 
a Jialf a million coins dropped Into 
the WlBhlhg Well during a 3-year 
period by over a million visitors 
to Luray Caverns. The check w^ 
accepted for H«irt by 7year-old 
DelAie and Donna Horst of Milla- 
delphla, the IMl Heart Fund 
Sweethearts for the campaign this 
month. These little girls are iden- 
tical blond twins Who exp*rienced 
gucce.ssful heart surgei-y on the 
same day. 

About half of the $14,218.M sup- 
piled by "WeU Wishers" will be 
ui«d for heart research. This type 
of research Is directed toward the- 
development of tec^inlques for var- 
ious heart operations and treat- 
ments, and development of new 
drugs for heart patients. A portion 
of the money will be used to ad- 
vance programs of heart educa- 
tion, and another portion will be 
used to finance community service. 
Community service Includes reha- 
bilitation of cardiacs and other re- 
lated programs to make life better 
for the cardiac and thus for so- 
cietv as a whole. 

afany Wishing Well dollars will 
b« \me6 to finance heart research 
at the Medical CoUege of Virginia 
and the University of Virginia 
School of Medicine. Other re*«arch 
ttollan; will go into projects spon- 
sored by the American Heart A» 
sodatton. 

One might spend a lifetime think- 
ing of the many good things that 
ml^ eome to people because of 
thfi«e coins from the Wishing Well. 

Approximately two ton* of coins 
were scooped from the water* of 
the well by a group of young lad- 
im in bathing suits. This was a 
chilly undertaking, since the na- 
tural alr-<x)nditionlng of the Cav- 
erna keepa it at a constant 54°. 
TWiree ku^ wtoeelbarrows and a 
iA»en Bmaller containers were 
used to hold the lhinnVij||j|iwp"-„, ^ 

Ckaning. dryt^'W#ae!tor^#: 
304,144 colnii tnm Oi>^fiilrly a 
thousand other, articles dropped 
into the well required the services 



of 12 men from the Caverns staff 
foV three weeks. Using chemicals 
and live steam from a steam-jenny 
to renwjve the slime and corrosion, 
the coins were then dried by 
means of a flame-thrower to s^v 
arate th«n for sorting and count- 
ing. ' 

The 3^69 porunds of reclaimed 
VS. money— consisting of fSMOM 
In pennies, $4,240.00 In nickels, 
$4,442.80 in dimes, $1,^8JM} in 
quartera, $168.50 In half-ctollara and 
$59.00 in silver dollar»-wa# for- 
med into a 22-foot heart shaped 
moslac on the Caverfis' floor before 
being shipped to the Federal Re- 
serve Bank. ^. 

§72 eolnts of foreign ' mintage 
were found In the Well, represent- 
ing visitors from 37 dlfferertt 
lands around the globe, from Ar- 
gentina to China. Patrols of 12 
different piuniclpal tranqwrtatlon 
lines toaaed "tokens" atong with 
their wt^ea, together with a mis- 
cellaneous collection of sun glasses, 
com1>8, l»llpoint pens, dog lags, 
pokifr chips, and assorted charms. 
Kennedy buttons outnumbered Nix- 
on buttons b^ four to one! 

The 504444 reclaimed American 
co!n«'have been put back Into, cir- 
culation by th^ Federal Reserve 
Bank . . . ready to help make oth- 
er wishes, come true. If these coins 
were {stacked one on top of the oth- 
er, tl»v would make a column tal- 
ler than a 40-story building. But 
value Is what counu. The real 
value of these coins can best be 
measured by the work they will 
enable the Heart Association to do 
for other girls and boys like Deb- 
bie and Donna — and for other 
heart patients, r^^rdleas of age. 



LOCAL DAR CHAPTER 
SELECTS DELEGATES 

The Princess Anne County Oiap- 
ter, Daughte»*» of The American 
Revolution, will meet Saturday at 
2 p.m. at the Dogwood Inn. Vir- 
ginia Beach, 

Mrs. Owen Moore Jr., is hostess 
and Mrs. J. F. Hoeft, Cavalier 
CAjR. chairman, b In dmrge of 
tj:ie program. 

Deleg^es and alternates attend- 
ing the State DAR Conference at 
the John Marshall H<^1. Rkh- 
mond, March 14, IS. and 1«, will 
IJe; 

Mrs. E. Guy Robertson, regent; 
Itai. W. J. Joy, delegate; Mrs. A. 
U. Bamman. alternate; Mr*. J. U, 
JhrnMatfo alternate; iMrs. B. F, 
W^mrmerimte, and Mrs. ». Y. 
3i|l]|^u^ jrtate chairman of Ameri- 
can liSH«^ alternate. 



Beach VEPCO 
Official Shifted 
To New Station 



Raymond B. Ashe, forn»r Vir- 
ginia Electric and Power Co. serv- 
ice director at Virginia Beach, has 
been promoted and transfered to 
Norfolk as Assistant Servtee Di- 
rector, effective March 1, 1861. A 
native of Portsm'outh. Va., Ashe 
Joined Vepco there In 1947. He wa« 
made Service Investigator ip 1851, 
and Servfce Director, at Vli^lnla 
Beach In ]»5e. 

' Repladng Aahe at Va. Beach Is 
John P. Waters who Joined Vepco 
m 1M6 at Norfolk. He was named 
Service Investigator there In 1960 
and transferred to Suffolk, In 1969, 
as Service Director. He is a native 
of Elllston, Va. and a member of 
the Methodist Church. His wife is 
the former Jeannette Powell ol 
Emporia, Va. 

,At the same time H was an- 
nounced that operating revenue* 
for the company were tlS4ZS,000 
for January and net income wat 
$3,100,000. 

Earnings of $1.88 per shape of 
common stock for the current 
twelve month.s. based on 14,010.000 
shares outstanding January $1. 
compared with fl.Tl per" share on 
the same number of shares out- 
standing In January. IMO, atao 
were reported, 

Vepco gained 21,830 custoraerfl 
during the prevtoua 12 numthi^ of 
which 18,577 ■ were electric and 
3,2M were gas. The eompany now 
has approximatel^7i3,Qd^ MACtrtc 
and 101,000 ^BdHtomwrt. 

Vepco's Boaraw|pWrt<?t<»8 re- 
cently approved a/tOOl" o^nstruc- 
tlon budget of $»^B»llllon— largest 
in the companyV^^year birtory. 
Major eirpense ItemPibls y«»f i^ 
elude $23,000,000 on the ix^iapttty'n 
200,000 kilowatt hydro electric 
power station, now under emstruc- 
tlon on the Roanoke Rivw fci 
.North Carolina, and $34,823,000 for 
other generating facllKlM. Addi- 
tional millions will be spent for 
electric transmission and distribu- 
tion facilities and gas mains and 
equipment. 

A fourth unit at each the Porta 
mouth «id Possum Point Power 
Stations is now under conjtructkm. 
Each of these uniti has a (opacity 
of »}0.000 kilowatts and both are 
scheduted tor ccmipletlon in the 
spring of 1962. 



BRIDGE WINNERft 

airs. E. V. Caulfleld. Virglnte 
Beach bridge In.structor, Is hoSteas 
every Wednesday night for Ameri- 
can Legion Post 113 parties ^«ld 
at the post htwne on Laskin road. 

Last week's winners were: Mr. 
and Mrs. Edwawl Vaslle, Mrs. Al- 
len Grosner and J^rs. Harry Pen- 
ner. 




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100 Years Ago This Week..dn 

THE CIVIL WAR 

UM in thelmnuage ond ttyk ^ ladt^.) 

Sooth Adopts Its G>ii8titutipii; 
Sessions StUl Are Secret 

MONTCWMIRY. Ala.-llarcli U-Marf^ plau lor the SOuth'a 
Structure of Secessicm were aw?roved bi aacret seirto n hare today. 
A cwutftatioo for the Cwif ad- p-— r— — — — - 

Bnmg Takes Over 
At Pemacola 



erate States td America— a docu- 
ment differing but lUgbtly bom 
the charter under which UM new 
ailing Unim wai bom— iraa ad(^ 
ed by delegates to the provi^onal 
Confederate Congress. 

The action was the moat aignifl- 
cant since Inauguration Feb. 18 
of Jefferson Davis of MlMluippi 
as president pro tern of tba infant 
C<M^cderacy. 

AMmmi^ aiMh af Aa 4H»> 
oa^aa al Ike oMBsWtfaa waa 
caadooM ki aeor«l>~aa kaa 
baaa aMat •( fka b«at»aaa kara 
rtica tka ayawing sa as t— Vak. 
4-yiare wwa m ttpoti* of 
sarlain dtaaeat 

lite convention is being liead- 
quartered in the atataly Capitol 
building, a domed, gracefidly col- 
umned edifice perched (m a hill 
overlooktog Montgomery's busy 

harbor. 

• • ^ 

1O0TINQ steamboats mad al- 
lent, zig-zagging sailing craft pro- 
vide a conrtant sUestow for 
delegates as they tto<«» up pictur- 
esque Market st. toward Hot Capi- 
tol from the bustling Exchange 
hotel, focal point, of ti» conven- 
tion's evening activity. 

Tte asoat aotably dlffaremt 

MwrWaa te Ow ana eawWiH 

ttw ttidto tta tannaa af KW 
ktat aai vtoa-y r aa W aw t ta 
olw term of atz yeata. 

Another amotds Hie dvfl aarv- 
ice setup to uUaw Qukkar and 
easier ouster from offlca of hiititf- 
placed officials in tha exacutiiw 
and diplomatic dapartmants. 
T^ • • • 

THIS measure was guided to 
ad<H>ti<»i by flre-tongued Robert 
BamweU Rhett of Charleston, 
S.C. who has emerged as <»ie of 
the strongest pers<»aUtiM am(H>g 
the delegates. 

Bkett, faflier af a, mb ar- 
dadi ctandOMa aa4 toapar- 
ance warkar tad mm mOr^ad- 
•St propoaaaf of nttBttad 
slavary, la a<ltat af the 
Cha^wtM Mercary, wUA ra- 
flaeu Ida extmne vlawa la 
raaalBg style. 

Altibough he led &a cffisunittee 
that notified Davis of bis election 
as presi<tent, Rhett is reported 
' to have grave doubts alnnit the 
abUi^ of Davis to gu^ iike young 
Scmtticra nation thrtnigli its "edd 
war" with the North. 

The coavention on Feb. 25 voted 
to insure peaceful navigation of 
the Mississvipi; on Feb. 14, to 
continue in ofHce until April 1 
all customs officers; and on ^eb. 
8 adopted a ''provisional consti- 
tution" that formed, the frame- 
worit of the dociunent approved 
today. 



PENSACOLA. ru. — Mareli )1 
—General Braxtcm Bragg today 
assumed command of the Coor 
federate Army of Pensacola. 

Southern force* ara poised on 
Pensaeola Harixir awaiting tiie 
suRttider — or capture— « Fort 
PldtMM, a n^e and a half oS 
shore, where two companies of 
Union artUlcrjrmen remain in de- 
fiance c^ repeated S<Mithern da- 
manda to gat out 




Cabinet Meets 
As Ft Sumter 
Crisis Looms 

WASMMCn'ON, D. C— March 9 
—President Abraham Lincoln's 
uneasy oabtoat met secretly to- 
day amid reports 
ttiat Uie chief 
executive < was 
being pushed for 
tnui^iate ac- 
tion cm the re- 
inforcement of 
Fort Sumter, 
federal itrong* 
lK>id in the har- 
bor at Charles- 
ton, & C. 
The key men 
WKtxam jj, Lincoln's flve- 
day-dd administration reportedly 
were asked to prepare with all 
haste statements of their views# 
on tha thonvy Sumter question. 

Of the seven counselors, wily 
Postmaster General M o n t g<wn ery 
Blair Is said 
to tevor aid tor 
Sumter. Treas- 
ury Secretary 
Salmon Portland 
Qiase rcpraied- 
ly has Bo^ firm 
views on tha 
matter and tba 
remaining five 
cabinet mem- *_»._ 

bers — WiUlam cumk 

Henry Seward, secretery ol State; 
Qidaoo Wallaa, Itevy sacr«tary4 
Simon Cameron, secretary <d war; 
Cal^ Smith, secretery of the in- 
terior and Edward Bates, ati«^ 
ney g«ieral— are widely thought 
to believe that Sumter should be 
abaiKion«i. 




Vlrglnto B99A1 SUmm$^ ThwrKlay, M#fiA ^iMW 

vmGSmA BEACH 
SCHOOL NEWS 



Virginia B^ch High School waa 
saluted on WGH's "School "nme" 
Saturday, JIarch 4. ^udcnte war* 
Interviewed by Oeorfe Grawfewd. 
Mr. Johnson Ulked about the 
school and faetilty. The student* 
discussed %M vafrlous clubs and or- 
^nlaatlong in the school. Debbie 
Chappell tokj about the cheerlead- 
ers and some of the cheers. Other 
studente interviewed were G«<»|^ 
Aleorn, vice ^aaident of the 8C^ 
Sharon Meradl^ aacretary of ttae 
SCA, Vlrglnta F««y, editor of the 
newspaper, ajtd Betty Grace Stolth, 
editor <rf th* aartwal. 



Patay Allmi^ a mamber of the 
Senior ciMi. haa baan awarded the 
Betty Crocltat Homeraater Award 
for VirgUilt Boa^ 8^ flcboot 

Tha S^i^ praartment pre- 
sented t}M eiMa pkys February 
28. Virginia Beech High haa rea- 
lized ftH* some time a need for 
more training In dramatics for our 
students. This was the first at- 
tend at such an undertAklnf. 

Mrs. Ruth Masuary, direct<» of 
the VirahfiMi Beach Little Tlieatre. 
watched th« ^Hiys and rated each 
play either credltabhs. excellent or 
superior. She also gave conatme- 
tlve eriticisM ^ the student acton 
and actressea. 

The elgtatli grade praaented 
"Treasure in the Smith Houaa" t^ 
Grace T. Barrett. Mrs. Mary Wor- 
thlngton was Ute spoipsor and the 
participants were Wanda Crutch- 
field. Clanrenee Miller. Befc^ Craw- 
ford, JiU }lfoWtB aAd Jfanmy Hoop- 
er. 

Johnny intern. OecH^a Chriatle, 
Mike Courain, Shirley Fantone and 
Harry Hurry made up the cart of 
"Idlinga «r the King*' by Erie R«ot 
li^ton. t%e |b«sMian class qion* 
sor waa Mlas An« fd*well. 

•VimaT hy Fivnk Tiompkins Wtti 
the preaaMation of the aophomore 
cfess. Thalt spoaaw- was Mrs. 
Glenn Dartt ana the cast included 
Charlea HcOni^ll. Kitty Bosher. 
Arthur Slaughter and BUI Caaon. 
The plaj was baaed on the modern 
trend of keeping up with the 
Joneses and was well iM^ted. 

ft^nces Frioe, Arthur Roaan- 
baum, Mike Carrie, Roddy McDow- 
ell, Beth BaHey ttnA l^rraU Bren- 



nan, swrnban of tba JimiPr ehM 
were tba caat of "»Happy Jouniay 
to Trestoa MMl Onmdatt* Mr Tlf^nv 
um Wilder, Mrs. An* Kmg «*• 
their Mooaor. Tha d»IB» 'oaat 
turned In flna 



Tha bUarioualjr funiw pity 
■^faka Room tar Rodaay* ty M*- 
rhm HoRHOok waa tb* choK^ of 
Mrs. porothy RoMrina. spoowr 4rf 
the ae^or play. Ttie oast intfladed 
MUce BraitEwaite, John T«gttiaiv 
HUce Rohr, Oaorge Alcorn. Pat* 
MUler, Carolyn Sharp, Martha 
^all and Batty Wr^t. 

Tha al|^ and nlaih p*^ 
plays racatvcd a ratinir of (9«dtt- 
sb)e, tte aE^^onipra M9i |h|M» 
plays mart ratad a« aonMM% tnd 
the aankur "lass |^y was flVW 
the hl^iaft rating of suparkMf,' 

Tha Watrict-wl<te one-act pWy to 
being diraeiod by Mr*- amtm§ 
Ranwty. Tf» masm of tha_May m 
'^Ahd Ha dama to His Fathfr." 
Memtmrs of Die €wt are Laura' let- 
ter, Mike AtrnmnaUif, Ji^y OoiAtt 
Jerry Medfia, "Pmb W«*d. WW 
Ihinkwatar, 0*y CMrol K*w«afM| 
Mary Auth Walker and I^rte IM 
DeaktaM. 1%e play wUl be praaai^ 
ad today at tlw IHttrict Oam/M 
nay Pestlval in WUUwnsburf . 



Court House News 

PAf CKMnm , 

H9?0lf '^9S^am^"'9^^PflK9i^ mMt wfr*"9^^f^f 

goMm, tba^J^iTM^ bio^mI|^ t"^ 
WaKer Danlalt drSa^catogk^ 
Mr. and Mr*. Jtajmrnnd tbrnad* 
chUdrm, Dns^ and Rmny 
OoksUal B^i^, Va„ M^lbft 
G. jnorbea of Dendaa» Va. 



orarrai-TtnuuT ^Jtvni 

Satur^y. Man^ IS, UM 
nlng %l S p-m. Tlia Bathal 
1st Chrarfe win Inv* an 
Turk^ Supper at CraMhi 



On tmaimy, ManA 7, IMl. 1%| 
Bafdi Qravt W&C&^ael at tM 
•home of Mrs. Mpaaa- 




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copvatoBT isat, aBoewtsca 

NEWB STNBICATE, 
CWICAOO SS. ILL. WCTrEIMj 



•KAOT COLLECTION IN 
NATIONAL AKCniVeSi 

LiBkABT or coNoaaaa. 




Mr. and Mi^ Geor^ OUlUun and 
their daughter, Ii^ilc«B, and ^ Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Peter Holland HTand 
their daughter, Bruce, spent last 
weekend visiting Mrs. Gilliam's 
mother, Mrs. A. H. Vann at her 
home m Ftankllnton, N.C. 



WAR 

ON tERMITES 



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.Boa^Nl CotttHil 

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Be »wn to rwid tke faa^ra artkie "TSmBmBS THRIVB flff 
ftM/m^m Wi^(m0* ta yMT M^MTRMA tOOXt mniaaad to 
thia wf«^^'paper. . . * * .^ . 



DOGS OBSr CBILDBEN 

^ 9ob Baitoa 
XaMgv. S»s|iM BMMrdi Iteimels 

. l^onV t^n find a mutual 
QBden^anding existing between 
a dog aad his young master or 
SBtttnM that is abn<»t un- 
canny. WittoOt beMfit ol any 
f(«i»I training (in tiie smsa 
•QM tbe yotti^f^er baa ^«nt 
iuma tesueliiai Bti pi^ IwOe 
(A>edlM»e) tha dogmdlly c<sii< 
^ies with the dtUd** oom* 
nands and wldiea. 

Occasionally, ^mwet, a 
youngster in a mlsdiievous 
xaood. will take advantaga tt 




to <teif« dgvoao B > n4 iw^ to 
^•M. At thal^tfll « en^ lor 
«3^anple, he'U e^« Fide to 
••ale hlra.** FIdo '«m he wward* ' 
ftd with a pat if he succ^tfuVy 
chases the cat vp a «r«e. It 
doem't take much encowagc* 
jnent after the initial "treeing 
to turn FIdo into a chronic cat. 
Chas^, whteh doesn't make lor 
friei^y ralationsblps with local 
cat owners. 

Other times a do» develops 
had ftaWte on his owni such as 
digging up flows beds or le»v< 
ft^ Ml calUBg eaM an th« 
iR^thho^a lawn. 1^^ hablta 
cotM he casi^ eoAaA U his 
yovftf mastm ts nlMrttt «^« 
InrtnuMd 1^ ^kWAi hi Ite M* 
I^Mi^ttttf^ of di« anaMifeipb 

SI»» ehildmi ara hatac eon- 
Wimliy teM to te thtt, Huit 
and tta mxt thing 1^ th^r 
lathtt and ia(^h«» t^ ^ a 
l^eat deal <rf ntl^^lte <ttt (rf 
hnsbif tihrtr pH wMbd. Vbiy 

temirt^ tiiMO^ tv sea ^at 
Tlflo to» tta m«t^ ^M 00 long 
•8 fh^ kiww what^ OMik ^ 




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Gledioles — Lilies 



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Va. Baach Special Mix 

Bermudas — Fescues 

Scotts - Toits 



NUXSEIY STOa 

Azaleas — Camelias 

Junipers — Dogwood 

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MMINM^ AVMMM 






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Wtam A. HAYdOX, PKBiB>SirT m^ r^iBber 



AUSBS B, MAIUflSB, Vk*«Mt^Nrt-OM. li«r. 



mm0^*^i ' ^ « » < «« mmi I i n - I I I II i>w r>n HH l i l n iiii» M Wwi i «« >l .| - iw -n ■ . . L l nfiMiJ iM1Mi«^ M . ■ . ■ . n r H I . ■ m ill h i , < i>^ mk um, mm<,k i . i i i , i i. « i « ..ii i ■ « i ...i .i i. ■ »^ 

Bitii«d ■■ mmta (teas MattMr la the pott bfllce in Virgtala B«m^ Va^ aodor tb« *et of Mat«h S, ml 



Wtthtai CTtaty ■ft.ao pa- naatB. 



SabsaipUoa ratM by noil 

OataMe (^ Cosaty— fi-00 ptr aaaaa 



S>lTOIHAUY SHEAKING 

•«iMla*uiHiH«iMta>MiMaiaH^«awHHBai 

Welcome To A New Bank 

Another new business firm has opened slogan "Serving Virginia's Fastest Growing 

in Princess Anne County and one that is a County", and our slogan continues to hold 

first for the OHinty. It is the new Bank of true as attested by the founding of such 

Princess Anne located on Virginia Beach ambitious institutions in the county as the 

boulevard near the entrance to the thriving Bank of Princess Anne, 
community that is Aragona Village. The Sun-News welcomes a new nelgh- 

The Bank of Princess Anne opened Its bor his week in the Bank of Princess Anne 

doors to the public last Monday morning and wish for the new banking facility much 

and the officers and directors of the newest su^ess. It will serve a definite need in the 

banking institutkJn in the area will hold an county and we are confident of its success 

"open house" on Saturday afternoon be- as the county and area cwitinueio prc^psr. 

tween the hours of two and seven o'clock. We congratulate those individuals respon- 

Opening of the Bank of Princess Anne sible for this bank in demonstrating the 

marks still another milestone in the growth confidernre and faith In the area which has 

and prt)gress of Princess Anne County. The been a contributing fac^ In the county's 

Sun-News several years back adopted the phenomenal progres. 

,1 ■. ■a n i f. l i . . ii ' i ' i .' I ■ I I..-I-I. I . . r I .. L II ■i.i.i.ii ,i..- -> ..i.| - .. i iii Mi »<Bi - I i i ii m u ,m,, , h - ■ ,, r i,,,,,, ii.i,« ,. i.,.,...,!,, , . „ , i,im ,,^ „ „„ mi u miimii-w 

WHAT OTHBtS ARE SAYING 



Soaking The Railroads 



Coljjmnist Robert S. Allen reports: 'The 
railroads and pipelines should be relieved 
of state taxes— estimated at $200 to $300 
millien a year. * 

"That Is the mos-t striking of a nunnber 
of far-reaching re<x>mmend^tions In a 900- 
page study ot the nation's transportation 
problems that the Senate Commerce Com- 
mittee ... is publishing . . ." 



earnings have shrunk and continue to 
shrink— in the clise of some^^nes— to the 
vanishing poirtt. ^^. 

The Commerce Committee study says: 
"Since 1916 the federal governmerH has 
embarked on an ^fver-expanding program 
of improvement 4n the highways, water- 
ways and.airway* facilities. The cumulative 
^otal of these federal expenditures has 
come to $23 bllllpn, or two-thirds of the 



So far a& the railroads are concerned, huge private Investment in the railroad 

the state ttix problem 1$ «n exc^jdir^ly systems of the nation." Whatever one may 
severe and unfair orte." The bulk df^J^/ #iink of fWs tax investment In transporta- 

tt«^s tax railroads on a different, and much tion facilities, it provides an dea pf whit 

i^j^M", as^liment basis than they tax other the ralroads are up against. Certainly, they 

industry, there may have been some ex- are entltlad to f«r and equitable tax treat- 

aise for this in the era when railroads had ment by the states— and the public interest 

a virtual monc^s^crfy of the commercial trans- demands just that, 

portation business, and profits were gen- Will Congress simply bury the Senate 

erous. But that er», has gone. The railroads Commerce. Committee report and its rec- 

are fa»d with the toughest kind of com- ommendations and continue to delay ac- 

petition, from airlines, trucks and buses— tion on critical railroad problems? Such 

and above all, when it conies to passenger tactics by state and federal lawmakers are 

traffic, the private automobile. Railroad responsible for ^he railroad dilemma to- 

" I ■ I ..'_-■.■- - J MI J I ..^ili ■ « *»» ■ 'I'll ■'■ " 11 ■ "111 ' ■' ' '" ' " '■" ' 

Off To Tlie Races 



SWEFT DREAMS 




Remarks of 1 960 First Citizen in Accepting 
Award by Jaycees Gives iMucli Food for Thongiit 



An editorial in Life magazine has this 
to say about the proposal to increase the 
federal minimum wage and extend its cov- 
erage: "That is certainly not going to help 
the unemployed any. Some jobs just aren't- 
worth more than $1 an hour and to make 
them illegal is t6 eliminate them." 

The words are blunt, but justified. The 
extended coverage that is proposed, for 
example, would be primarily in the reta]!^ 
industry. This industry provides marginal 
employment for l^ginners, teenagers, part- 
time .^housewives arftd othei^ whose pro- 



ductive worth is strictly ymttfed. An out-of- 
line wage would force the elimination of 
as many of these fobs «s possible. . 

Also, it is hard to squai^ the minimum 
wage proposal with tbe^residentls urge 
that labor accept wage stabilization in or- 
der to help prevent more Inflation. An in- 
crease in the lowest wage means increases 
all along th line-the higher-paid, skilled 
worVersriaturally demand that their differ- 
ential be maintained. Then the wage-price 
sjpiral is off to the races again. 



Newspaper Advertising IMoves Goods 



Editor". & Publisher quotes the head of a 
lar^B retailhig «'gtm?ation, which has 36 
stores around the c<H»ntry, as saying that 
it "couldn't cte bi^iness today without the 
4 papers in which we advertise." 

The magazlrie'adds: "Other retailing es- 
tablishments are paying the same tribute 
lo hewspapw^^vefy^day Tri~lhe^ W 

through their adverflslng dollars. They of thii country kfing to their tens of mil- 
know which advertising medium sells lions of rfa<ters, ' \^ 



goods iwith speed and economy . . . News- 
paper advertising moves goods off the re- 
tailers' shelves into the hands of consumers 
regardless of whether thesales effort is 
made by th« manufacturer or the retailer." 
Nothing replaces the printed word— and 
most particufarly, from ^ an advertiser's 
standpoint, the Jprinted Jvord which th a 
thousands of da w and vveetTy newspaper^ 



LETTERS TO 
THE EDITOR 

pMr Sir: 

; Hw oooperaUsB ywi have gtvea 
^ KAvy i^ pubUoMnf 4h«> raceM 
iW tmiB rtf the UBffiCltty Hawk 
krm gmtlM^. Wefwwe pleased 
to ^m thai you oottrfder the ad- 
UOm 9t Ui« V^ Klt^ Hawk to 
fbe ftart «B ttem wife which your 

The ,commlmiot0g ot th« Kilty 
Bnfk 1^ tlifa wpftj^ #111 be »n- 
•tfnr tt^«T*Mit «¥i«»t. If j)*r. 
Mpt, tlw wlr- •!• do not Bup. 

p# ^H wit! nouni of Jfr 

1 not 



WItL MEET TUESDAY 
JUNIOR GARDEM CUIB 

The Junior Virginia 0»cB Gar* 
den Club will hold it* March meet» 
iftg Tues4a,v at 1 1 ajn. at the PtitV 
c*ss Anne Country Caub with Mrs. 
W. Ijs^ Whiteljurst, Mrs. N. G. 
Strlbihig SnodgraM as toite«s«. 

S|»lng tkmn arr«iig«««nts fcy 
th€ menahers will im judged ^ 
Mrs. L. O. Caarke. Mrs. E, A, Hof- 
«el«ter and Mrs. Carl Rau, all of 
tl» Cavalier Chiwl« Cl«b, 




her offteer* tlwt i^ipeared ii 

eteaae acci^ my thanks lo 
vanc«. 

Klncertlv voitr. 



INHHIIIEWS 



CIvdf Stevens, boatswain's male 
secoiid clMtf, L»N, bWher of Mrs. 
HflKl B. Rice nf 501 CgrollM ave.* 
VJrginlt Beach, rt^rtfd Davl* 
vlli*. Il.f , January 2, aWBrfl lh« 
attack transport tjfe Arneb, which 
« making her sixth trip *P th# 
antarcfle in support rf Opii'itlort 
Def>p Freeze. 

The Arneh Is rarrving as part 
■if l)cr «if ■"' ton D-.i 

-now cat' -^ for a 

'iciear re<it u.i ;i;.'iaiiati'.jp to be 

Amjiip'*-'! *iv xpiing If^i'i at lh« 
.MoM -ir KrK'ility. An- 

tati'' 

urn 

her |>artl<i(»jl»on m the Navr"* 

if -[i'\.'> ' ' jnt arclK ' 



(BlHWi Note: Mr*, lt«it«rt D. Wll- 
mm recclTcd Ot* 4«aior ChanriMr or 
CWiiB«t««'t nnt CItlsMi mt Vlrcfaifai 
B«Mh far 10W awsri at a dllBBrr nlt- 
m In her honor on Fckraary Wth Bt 
tbr Dnnm Me(«r HoM. Gcers* Dankii. 
Ckalmaa •% flie ronnltUr. pnMrtM 
Mrs. Wlkm with th« wmwti. 

An«i( the (prHal itaMl* at Ik* Mi- 
arr w«*« Mm. Wlliioa'* parmto, Mr. and 
■n. lNi*1« M. Ilniwv af Woailaad, 
Nam Caroliaa. ArM rvtoUag M>vmd 
ftorlca af li« miit ehiMbaod aad Hfo 
lirior to r^aUac U Uia.lhairh; Hn. Wtt- 
■•n cava tha MNawbig talk:) 

To make a worthwhile comtribU' 
tlon to society we have to know 
who we are— ^hat Is, we have to 
recognljte our potential and our 
purpose in life. 

. AjuI knowing -this, ^»* 4=eatl2e 
fljat we are nwtlvated toy a power 
lSejr«W (iirselve*. 

ligyjlmi ^alizf^.tlgt tiir^i^h thl»: 
pOJ*|f™Wp€an acconipfisfi an jfiat 
needs to be done. 

By knowing who we are we are 
able to forget ourselves and let the 
inner strength guide and direct us 

We realize that all we think and 
do effects tjie welfare of others. 
Our prime concern Is to meet the 
needs of Qthers wherever it leads 
us. It may lead us to the man who 
ha.s ju.st taken another's life or the 
man who has committed murder in 
his heart. It may lead us to the 
President o^ the IIS.A., or to some 
high official In a foreign country. 
Wherever this force compels us to 
go, we go. Whatever this force 
compels us to d4^ we do. When- 
ever this force compels us to be 
atlll. we ate quiet. 

We resAlis that what we think 
and do each day carries with It 
influence that reaches near and 
far. Swne influence Is lelt soon, 
mo^ influence Is felt In the far 
future. 

We have to be willing to do 
what we know ,b# rijght and not 
have to see the results. We have 
to say In our hearts that we will 
do good and be willing that others 
know not who did the good. We 
must be willing for others to take 
the credit for our achievements. 

We have to te willing to accg>t 
disappointment, crltlclBm and even 
ftiilurc as an opportunity for 
growth. 

We mu»t never expect of others 
mors than we are willing to give. 
We must know that contributions 
made through this dependence on 
a force beyond ourselveB Hl»Os.rte' 
pends on the support of other 
people. If we are the right kind of 
leaders, we will' instill in others 
the desire and willingness to fol- 
ow through (carry out) a project 
or great oau^ even if we are no 
longer a p«rt of that wuse. 

True cltisEcnship calte tor leailei'. 
ship of the moment and vision into 
the tomorrow— always being aware 
of both the present and the, future. 
True citlaenship calls for the abll 



Sewer'Jfib 

(Ckwttaiwd b-oBi P^ 0>e) 

grow to the limit in the next qi«r- 
ler century. 

The work was authorized when 
the ^60,000 Vend isHUe was parsed 
In June and is hailed by promliwiH 
citizens as the result of f*r-reiich- 
-Ing planning begun by the city a 
full two years before Pacific Avc- 
toue W(g'jpaved. 

Hotel 0wnew ywterday ppaiwd 

^i^tr"^ "accept people a&^hey^«ref4-then*w-«y»tewrtoT^i-rtievtttgth«Tir 



bill at the same time Iw abl« to see 
th»m.aR they might become. Noth- 
Ing can be done at the exi^nse of 
other peojrfe. Our motives must al- 
ways be for the growth and de- 
velopment of all other people. 
When I told »»b \hvA I had re- 
ceived this award. I aald, "Bob, 
I've been chosen the Future Citi- 
zen of Virginia Mach." He said 
"What?" I repeated — and he cor- 
rected me and said 1 mtist mean 
tte First Citizen of Virginia Bead* 

Sinw saving this 1 have felt it 
significant that I m\A txAwt citi. 
ien because tlwl J» Just what 1 
hope In W Tills mw»l t» tiK te- 
ginning 'i"" ^^^ climax. . 

The i.-i 1. Jiid promise of ttiis 
cwnmuWty has just b««un to be- 
c«ne a reality. Our infloence will 
be ft reaching. We shall be a 
community that reactes out to the 
world orterlng a way of life that 
leads lo world i»ace a^ under- 
standing. 

s This task has just begun. It 
m^ans that all concerned cJtiietiK 
nu«it . commit themselves (o this 
purjABf ■ Without purpoBc and com- 
mltment lives are ."•-■■' 

meaniw; ajnunli 

worthy purpOBe ♦« We «aa ui a 



about the thoughts, the feellni^, 
the ambitions and the needs of 
others. 

I, mean a way of life that will 
take us out of bunselv^, that we 
will do good because we are com- 
pelled to do good, for we recognise 
the power within us is tar '^9^t 
er than we o*8elves. 

W6 mu.st commit ourselves to a 
way of llf# that takes away the 
Occasion for war. 

This will rec|Hire men anrf wom- 
en who are committed to citizen- 
ship. With the privileges of being 
a citissen comes the responsibility 
of being a citizen. Citizenship 
ineams lielonging to a community 
andf If we belong to. we must be 
wi^ng lo become Inivolved in. 

#» mi^t iHjnk Aid pl^ c^ful 
ly for the growth and development 
of our children aiRl young people 
that they may be provided a good 
education, that there are proper 
reci-eatlonal facilitl^, and that 
they may be trained lt» self-disci- 
pline of "the mind and body. We 
must see to It that ther» ar« ways 
that the youth can practice and 
carry oui all we have taught them 
to be right We cannot sxpect 
boys and girls to learn the rules of 
life and live effectively unless they 
are shown by us, as adults, how 
the game Is played and unleia 
they are allowed to take part. 
There must be provision for their 
failure and tor. their encouraf*^ 
ment and recovery. We must rccog- ^ 
nisse that our lioys and girls AftE 
tomorrow'. 

We must think ahout those In 
our community who are In need 
of the 'material things In life and 
help them to help themselves. A 
person is only tempCM-arily helped 
when given something; a per^n is 
permenantly helped when worked 
with and shown how to help hhn- 
self. 

The very highest .sense of citi- 
zenship compels us and gives us 
the power to meet the needs of our 
community before thousands arl»e. 
In other words, it reaches beyond 
the present moment answering the 
hope within the heart of each of 
tis. 



of the f#ar that insufficient water 
pressufe might somellmes prove 
discouraging to their summer vlsl- 
tow and homeowners In the out- 
laying sections of the cll^' l^ked 
lo the future without l»vlng to 
contenrplate wlthertd lawns whai 
the dry spells come. 

Albln B. MailheB, president Of 
the Virginia Beach Chamber of 
Comiiwice, said Uiat city councij. 
City Matoager W, RUs^lfliatchitt. 
the engineering (te^rtrtwwl and 
the cooperating contractors ail 
w«'rp due the beatlfelt tlwnkif of 
thc' community, 

"We aw fortimate," he said, "to 
have progressive city officials, who 
took to ttip ^Wrth m Wav^ 
as a h«l!n%arji of their plattini% to- 
day." 

Watlhes said this sort of civic 
improvement would go far to en- 
banae l^lppeal of Virginia J&eaeh 
as a Mi^tttM eommu^y and as 
a vacation area. 

•*nte Chandjer of Commerte Is 
trying to do everything in its 
^wer to publiciae the attiacllons 
fcfftered by Virginia Beach to the 
tourist and its advaiii 
, I lace to build a bonM", 
-lort of progrejMlve spfru luwi ^^-ijr 



It is Indeed an honor to 'have 
been chosen the First Cltii^n of 
Virginia Baieh for 19W. 

This award carries with it fu- 
ture respon^blllty on my part. It 
carrlts with It appreciatfon to the 
many people who worked on the 
vtt'ious projects. Who als& believed 
in thc great power within and. be- 
yond us. Ii carries with it the love 
of my husband and children who 
hav4 been underntandlng of this 
force that has compelled u»i to do 
certain things that we didn't know 
the full meaning of at the time. 
This award means the very mo»t 
because all of tlte accompli.shmen^s 
were done through dejH>ndnc€ on 
tl^ leadership of God, not for our 

iry, but for His. 
r— . r- 

Direct DUfhig 

(C«ntinMd .fima Pig* Otoe) 

we*d up long distance service. 
Ilils has become tncr^sini^ nec- 
•Bsary since long dl^nce tiMga 
by most families and business firms 
hftB become a normal pgrt of dally 
operations. This is beetle out ^ 
the fact that since thi end of 
World War tithe total number of 
long dliftance messages m Virginia 
hM almost doubted. 

Itt>D was started e3E|»rlmentally 
aimoA a decade ago In Wnf^mrooA, 
N.J., In Novcmlier, 1951. Since that 
4ime. tnitUon,^ oC telM^nes have 
b««ifi added to the mXO network 
and It is expected that by 196S 
about 95 per cent of the phones in 
this country wUl have direct dis- 
tance dialing. 



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Kfetiry eM l^ks llMHirrf VMIt 



Jjcp Hoarty, chairman ©I the 
Mwd commltut for th« Vlifinia 
BMch Rotary Club, baa avtry pwi- 
•on to be proud of hte iurd ^rmk- 
ing committee when the rtcdrd- 
l»«aking total for the collection of 
IM pints of blood was ann(»u«c«d 
today by Mrs. Oatid H. Batcheld^r 
Jr., ' mnc«« Ann* County ttid 
C^r«« Chiipter blood program dlilr- 
man. 

Hoarty, <me at th« ftrst to Un« 
aa a donor, urgM His feM«w wm- 
btM to "pt In Uofr—and five**, 
tile Rucc^a oi this visit of The 
Red CroM itoodttobile in Vlr^nla 
0e«ch pMvea t^^tSA that the elti- 
aewMof the afea know the worth 
of this prlcelMa gltt <rf Ufe-*lood. 

The total trf l« pint* of blood 
AMWted sete a »cortl tor Vti^lnta 
Beach, which haa been vtafWd 
about every six months for the ^»t 
nine years. The quota per blood- 
mobile visit to Vli^^la Beach \m 
125 pints. The average has been 
N>nly 51 pints. 

•n»e last drive, also apoihwred ^ 
the Virginia Beach aottnf Club, 
netted ra plnla. The recood break- 
ing toMl «Wt only help to make up 
the deflency In the Virginia Beach 
quota, but also assures tl» eon« 
tinuance of Vlr^nla Beach as • 
reeiplent area. 

mrs. Bitohetder announced that 
the bkwAn^tie will return to Vir- 
ginia BNich on May «h and will 
be in Ke«np.wllle on May m Don- 
ors are urged to make a note of 
these dates and to help ke«) Mn- 
ccffi Anne Ckjunly and Vtiglnla 
Beach on the top of the list for 
record collections. 

The blood donors are as UiXUmtx 
Charles H. Nelnts. Joe W. punft, 
Wlltlam W. C^n^ll Jr.. low M. 
Nelsmi. Cornelius D. Scully. Mrs- 
PhvJllS H. Nelaon, Mrs. Helen B. 
Conrad. Carl H. Newvem. Augusta 
S. GooAnan. William «. PhUMpB. 
Klmlra V. Jones, Louise 0. Boyd. 
William M. Bailey, Leo Hoarty, 
June WaterfleM, John R. Prtvette, 
Bartow H. Bridges. Mrs..Marlm« 
Marslmll, Mrs. Wrtty Wood John, 
son. James C. HIM, Owimle Grandy, 
Luther C. H<^ges, Usile J. Rleb- 
aittemi, Bernard H. McNamara, 
Stephen Salle, and James W. Wood. 

Also. G. Canden Blincoe, Robert 
N. Marer, Rebt W. Thofneotii Bar! 
S. Buvall. Sara H. vmm, Wilson 
K. tturiter. Thane S. GarrlwAi. 
Henry D. Jaffe, Olin V. OlWden, 
James A. Johnson. .Mrs. Mtmt M. 
Hurrv. Nancy N. CarpenM*, Jolla 
G. Nehns, BMtriee R. W^odhouw, 
Leo Martin, ftnrti S- Ashworth, 
MRi. Marv S. Lewis. I^^y F. Nor- 
fleet. Unda E. Goodwin, William 
Hemmlngway, James M«>re, Ran- 
dolph Ref}d, Rov R. Jackson. Wil- 
liam Robertson, WlUlam McKnlght 
and Lewi.H A. Laiutiinn. 

Alro. Charlie W. Wultw, France 
Wright, Barbara En^^and; Jack S. 
Dent. Mrs. Zuma Hender«>n, Ket- 
tle B. Carter. Gene lA. Joyner, 
George F. thirden, ynink W. Kel- 
1am, Robert P. Bd#ards, JcMiepti 
W. Dean, Ruble B. F^rrell, Mrs. 
Jane. Addenbrook. "Mrs. Vltglnia 
D. R^an, Mlw Carolyn Sharp, Ker- 
mlt Dorier. J. P. Koliand, Ut, 
Goodwin S. Jordafl. Ira A. Oorrto, 
Mrs. John Poindmter, li^ Ctmm. 
Richard Andrew Cox, Beott tlytor, 
William wodd HI, R^en mmt, 
Harriet N«w«»m, VtUbui R. l^lee. 
and Marttr^ S. A^^. 

Also, PhyUI* A. KtK*s, B^te 
Wllftolt, Mary Warren. iMivld W. 
Owens. Giwia peacock. Roger L. 
RiM^. Al B. IMiE^t. EmMt Cm-- 
prew, Mrs. Ann Jordan, Jane Wal- 
ler, Burce Parlette, .Mrs. Mary K. 
l^rlette, Margaret Braithwalte, 
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Edward J. Sarley, Kmeatlw Mp- 
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W. Tapplch, C. W. StaMMMM, iMteh 
Kenon, Anna JohiMCHi. Lannte B. 
Woolford and Bernice W. Carter. 

Also. Jane V. Rice, Jane T. I^er, 
Corlnne Falconer. Kelty T. . Hat, 
R. F. Tl-ant. Jr.. Wlllkim E. »90d. 
DonaW E. Hood, W. W. WwlAurn, 
Bernard M. Stanton, Alma Lou 
Wallace. Donald J. Washburn, Da- 
vid E, Boothe, William H. Wash- 
burn, Nancy OlDonnell, David H. 
tetchelder, Pat M. MoHee. Robert 
U. Yaasil, KeneQth L. iMy. J«nies 
T. Herald, C^»r B. Fyratoee. Mary 

E. TenXtee, Paul De Witt, tttmm 
Jarrett, John Cnrwlord, HeleB Itol- 
Itvan. Harold R. ,Baker, Ralph J. 
DclMarco, and John S. Waller. 



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Aaae tiemt^, «• tke 7Mi Oaj si 
MutdN mt, 

EDW.MID L. DA'VBMPORT, 
V mi CMAMCERY PlalBAtff. 

TOM BOCX^Bl, someUmes 
known as TOM HACHIA. 

Defen^nt 

ofu>i^ OP nmtMMnon 
MUBCT OP nvrr 

The t^ieet of this suit Is to 8e< 
cure i^wclfle perfornwiKe of an 
ajp^eeraem of sale between the de- 
fendant and the plaintiff of the 
ffe9g«Hy bMvaftor deecrtbed and 
more fulty set forth In the Com- 
plaint filed herein. The properly 
for which specific perfonnaitfe, is 
sought is described as follow^ 

All that certain piece or parcel 
of land, with the appurtenances 
thereunto betoni^ng. near Black- 
water Maglstertat Dbtrict, Prin- 
cess Anne County, Virginia, for- 
merly known as the farm ^ 'U, J. 
Beasley, deceased, and bounded on 
the North by the land« of Je«we 
Iveii and L. W. Qi^lalm on thc 
Ea<« by the putrike row) yWSd the 
lands <rf L. W. Chaplain, and on the 
Soirth and West by the lands of 
T. J. Cartwrlght, Wallace Oox and 
Jesse Ives. Tta» said pan^l of land 
contains 53.^45 aci-^s, more or less, 
and Is more parttcttlarty shown on 
a .«jur\'ey entitled "Plat tit J«mes A. 
Fleming's Farm In tttekwater," 
made by Joshua G. Moore, County 
Surveyor of Princes* Anne Coun- 
ty, May 13, l«lg. which plat fa 
filed as Exhibit "T' In a chaAd^ 
suit pending the Circuit Ooun of 
princess Anne County. Virginia, 
under the style of "Jame* A. Flem- 
ing es. OavM A. Harrtoon, et a Is." 

And It a^MTing by affidavit 
duly ntade and filed In this pR»- 
ce^ing that the defendant. TiSt 
Bocchei, sometimes known as TWIn 
BAchia, Is a non-resldenl of tRfc 
mate, and that his last known ad- 
dress Is, 1118 7th Street. North 
Bergen, New Jersey, It is OBn&^ 
ED that the said Tom Bocch#l<» 
sonMilmes known as Tom Bacilli, 
do appear within ten days frtaj 
dtie-i publltktkm of this order .»M 
do what Is necessary to protetet 
his interest. ' 

And it Is FLmTHtm <toDBRab 
that the foregoing portion of trtSi 
order be published m thc Vli^li^ 
Beach Sun^^ewsj once a week ^ 
foiir sucetssive w<»ek8. 

J<»iN V. FEa^TIll^ CJerfc 
By Mary M. While, V/C. 
Edwin C. keltem, p.q. 
Kellam and Kellam 
Boa«I of Trade Building 
Norfolk. Virginia 3## 




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■ vitoual acuity rating of 
3i/m «» tew Willi everyday 
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SrtW tfi^ tftotaiice than 

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viidm aMs awl efftoBatete ra- 
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tiiaieaBK, fltferoaeopk ana ^- 

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nartlribr liihtaa pcc^te to lead 

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for tiM iMurar to kcdd bta hmd 
te a «rt^ pofWen ot tew^e 
Oc book when tMOllMi nmetd 
id m ey«, pertapa aa^»i only 
a ^Uabia «r latt«r M thi tlina. 
But ttioaa whe aM Am W«W 
aida aiacwfully find them ex- 
tmaaly worthwhOe. For thay 
•re eapatote «f >*^*^J^' 

witti n^ionBtl viakm ara tbw, 
many toopa. to tnm ttgiOf 
e\am te adiool ««l *:?o,J» 
partidpata to airtNWBnteular 
acttvtnaa, 

who wotfd IxHWfit ft«wft *« 
Itotaat davAopttvill a< idMce 
U ae, 3W ««uUl bt wiat t* «ir|e 

than td tovaaUgite llMaa naw 

irtawftaMc- 

tat KiAiNdiiiOMum 

, Q: How maWLOWftla ^rt«to 
vUlon care eacMr«r? 

A: It is eatittalM4 ttist aroimd 
l«iniiaoQ peo0a coawityirfop 
iB^itfala a9«ir jmw* HmM^, 
Si Southern Cmmea of <^ 
tomatriats potota out that vi»loo 
problems ara ao coaraton that 
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News for Veterans 



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Here are authoritative «n.^wers 
frflwi the Vet«ran« AdmlntstraUon 
to quewtlons of Interest from for- 
mer Mervte«nen and their families: 

q^-4 ■ un^ntand that recent 
iMMatloa allowed veterans of the 
^wnlalHtoniH-ican Wair to changt 
from their older gyatem of pen- 
sion pajmient* to benefits uncter 
the ne«w law, If they wish. Do« 
this new ruUi^ al«o apply to U» 
dependents of} Spanlsh-Atmri(»n 
War veterans? 

i^-^^ only to XM veteran* 
•^ l»^i8clve». The veterans may eleet 
to take., pension under the new- 
law, but VMIr (iafenflaots, a)* well 
as (lpen<ltAt#«f dfcaawad Ctrl) Wap 
veterans, ihiy wA. 

Q— r am the widow of a World 
War II vet«rsn who never applied 
for a CK imn. I hava never re- 
married. tumeOy I noticed tlwt 
the dea^BJa* ftjr World War H m 
loans had been extended to July 
25, IBS. Does that mean my right 
to apply for a loan was also ex- 
tendedf 

A*— Yes. Enable unremarried 
widows of World War II veterans 
li«wttmlUubr®.ia8B 10 lanplyl. 
have until July 25, 19^. to apply. 

Q,— ^My Gt Insflrance policy ha« 
li^^M and I iiu»t taiie a physical 
exwnlnation to reinstate it. Who 
slrauM mail my medical applica- 
tion for *eiB«*«tem««t to Ui« VA, 
I or mv doctor? 



A.— Your examining physician 
should mail it to the VA as soon 
as your examination Is completed. 



<J,— J am a World War II vet- 
eran drawing disaibUlty wmtpenw- 
ticw flrom the VA, and I dao have 
a GI insurance poll«gr on wMeh J 
pay monthly premiums. I'd Wa to 
iMrve VA use my compensatton to 
pay mv Insurance premiums. Will 
they do that? 

Ai^^Yes. So long as your dla- 
abilliy cQmpensatlon checks are 
targe enodgTi td c<rfH premiums, 
VA wiH arrange witb jrou «o ha^ 
those pi^temlunn dtddcted fron 
your monthly compensation 
checks. Ju»t write tod tell them 
what you'd like to do. Be sure to 
give your "C" number the number 
of year Itosorance poUcy with the 
letter or letters bdranv it. 

HONOR BOUi SnTDEKT 

H. CoL Roy W. Haynes, Head- 
ma 8 1 « r at Flahbume lllUtary 
School, Waynesboro, Virginia', an- 
nounced recently that Cadet AlWn 
«. Hailhes Jr., was on the third 
honor roll for the month of Feb. 

Cadet Mallhes Is In the Junior 
Class and Is In his second year at 
Flshburrte School. 

«adct Mallhes Is the son of Mr. 
imd a»rs. Attjln R. Mallhes, Bay 
Colony, Virginia Beach. 



7. Woo^to^k ., 

g. OUhMmd l^ftngii 

Games ScheduM March 
KempsviUe. , 

Team No. 1 f s. tWm No. f^ Iffl) 

Team No. 4 vi. Team No. Bi JfflO 
p.m, '^ 

ttoMB 2 vs. Team ti4 p.m. 

Team 3 vs. Teatt », i p.m. 
^»>sd H»"il a i* h 4 

ChMMfeake Bwwh M, Wood- 
stock 14. . ■ 

KempiTllle 18. W JtinlWa !•. 

VB Senhws «. AwfWa 23. 

Creeds 34, Oi«i«rtp tprilifs f. 

vMMii iJttiNH 

Team , ^ "^ Wonl*^^ 

I. Woodstock 7 I 

1 rtwium^rk t 8 I 

3. Vigaamile -.." « f 

a Flyli^Tto^.. 1 T 

Games Scfa«m|ld Ihreh 11. 
Thalia vs. Myttg tlfars, 9 aasi. 
Jr. Dolphins ^. 8b4lliftt nrk, 
10 ajn. 
Kemiwvnie vs. WoOdatdolr. US© 

8.m. 
NaiiteoMaMft I 

Keiftpavine ^ «wHon Partt 9. 

Woodato(^ 28, nialia ^ 

Jr. mpMM to, rfypi$ Tigers, 

5- 

Team Won Lort 

1. Itempavtlle 7 » 

2.J^rto 2 g 

3. Aragona • • 

4. WooAftock « 8 

9.Bmrrida * f 

e. «)olirt»lna 2 5 

^ 7. SheltwiPBi* 1 8 

l8.ThaUt d 

9, •F^ileona 9 7 

Oames acfaedultd Mtrah 11, at 
Princess Anne Higtk School. 

Atafsna w. Bayalde, 9 a.m. 

KwSsvUle vs. Darts. 19 a.ni. 

Doi^ini m. fl^Roa ^rlc nm 
a.m. 

FatoAs vs. Tbaila, 12 noon, 
fits alia Mafft 4 

KenHwvllie 3g;ltoaiton l^irk 11. 

Darts 31, Ar^tom tt. 

Woodstock 27. Ilialta 18 

(DolphiM 1% lHa<^» 11 



Mei^Mr QIMIi 9 
Inc.. M. iU. ^ 
Pwk; ta^ $1,S0. , - > 

f^'wiE Way lMt4 C^p. to Ci«Mda 
It Idrida^ M vm, lot i«. pMt of 
LaMfirtaw mMm Mc. C-, tax m, 

Avo &WT>. to A, D, E, lnv^«(©ca 
^M'p.f various lot* iMi plat ot Point 
O"" 'W9)dBi tax «333.1S. 

AMhwrd R. Hod^smu et mh tO 
WIMani J< Mies.et ux, let m plat 
si bawsm f^M^st; tax 8^,10. 

Ifugb K. Mewart at ux to C«rf 
Matttew Martin et ux, lot U blocK 
31, bM of Ar«iima VUIice aac. ^ 
tax 



, pM of AfAfima ViUi^ 

Sele^ J. Grandy to R. ft. Taylori 
et aiayNH<«e] on plat of City of Vir- 

$. li. l»oweU to J<aeph D. W1IU4 
«t ux, lot 39, plat of Powell's PoWtj 

ttt iun. 

CaroIaftftB fiomes. inc. to Carl 
L. ThoTBM et ux lot 10, bWck 3. 
ptai eti Cirolanne iparm sea. l; 

CaroUMW Homes, Inc. to Chrla- 
tdf^H^ Culver et ux, M 34, block 
t, |W <4 Carolanne Farai ««c. 1; 
tat ^iM. ^ 

CatOlinne Homes, Inc. to Gale 
If. Ckiinvt^ et ux, lot S. block 
J, plat of Carolanne farhi sec. 

J. 1^ $sa.io. 
'C^rertanm lioMes, Inc. ^ j. 



JH#,. block 0. 
rm ^. 1; ttK 



plat of Carolanne 

mjA. . , , . ., - . , , 

TMf^ater MMing Corp. to CNr 
be C. Jones et ux, tot 10, block H 
plat J of Lake Morts sec. 6; 



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Ai 



r«iur S. Gulile et vx to Her- 
tmt H. Ander»«» et ux, lot; l*i. 
pUit of teylake PInea; tax 88.75. 

0«U'Coiy, to JIayiwrd E. Mas- 
aey et ux, tot 12, block flO, plat of 
Ani9»na Village sec, 7; tax $18.tiO. 

boHteil, inc. to Edwlh Vernon 
Hart et ux, lot i&2, plat of Garden- 
wood Park; Ux |22.fi6. 

U B. Realty Corp. to J«hn WU- 
\ftm et ux, lot 3, block 48, plat of 
Artgona VltUga see. •; tax $WMi 

Wedgewood Building Corp. to 

^Thomas R. Beanaon at ux, imwx^U 

Diat H Pirtawood Gardens; tax 

mm. -I 

S & V, Inc4 to Oscar L,. bigrant 
el ux. tot 11, Mock U l^t of 
Birchwood Gardana sec. 4; tax 

t>ocBhontaK Village. Inc. tq 
.Manuel Pontes A*., aT ux, lot 2 
block 4, ulat of Pocahontas Village; 
tas $nM, 

PocafKmtas Village to Ronakl C. 
WBodli^ton et ux, lot 5, bkick 4, 
.^t of Pocahontas Villain: tax 8I«. 

Pwahontas village to Hlly £1- 



• VIRGINIA BEACH SUN.NEV\^, THURSDAY, A/^ARCH 9^ 19g] Pa9« 5-^ 



moh kkld et ux, lot H. Mock 4. plat 
of Poealwntas Vllla^, tax |lfl.«5. 

Po4|hortas Village to John Wil- 
^1 ii ux, lot W. pitm 1. Blat'of 
Pocafcontas tlill^e; trit lia-lO. 

Camellia Horties, If^. lo Jamerf 
Warrtn Wright et Ux,-lot. 1^ Wock 
11, ^ of Arrmfi0ui','mt $2iM. 

Cafpell'la Hon*^ Jnfc la mmtei 
Geoi^ Lines et ux, lot 7," talk. 5. 
plat of .\m>wh«Ki; tax 81S.30. 

Hodi^Ai €^tr««tlon C«rp, ta 
Franji A. f^x at ux, kit B, block 
B. plat of Bay Colony; t^x $4*.23. 

Shoreline CMp. to J<wet>h C, 
Leary *t ux, lot 15; blocfc H, pliit 
of Lake Shores sec. 5: lax $31.«>. 

Shirley S. Rtoahfcardt et ar tp 
William P. Brother*' #1 UX. fet St, 
ptat ^ Oryatal Acre^ tax 818. 

John J, Daley Jr. « «x to Jo- 
seph I*. Todd et UX, tot 2, plat of 
Boulevard Manor »«. 2; tax 820.70. 

Richard B. Kellam et al. trustees, 
to Herbert S. Kellam, lot IS, plat of 
Acredaia sec. 1^ tax 811 2S. 

Richard B. Kellam et al, truaiteea, 
to JMWpb X Lawltr, 128 acres iwar 

Lanck mmm Ma mM. 

John An^lGMi et al «a MarUn 
Realty C«y., ^ff'eel--plat of Ara- 
gona VIMafe sec. m tax ^6.30. 

Thorogood Corp. to Jack Mc- 
Comb *♦ ux, site Iff, plat of 
Thorougtigood sec. U tax 849^0. 

T. U. BeliaMqr, inc. fe William 



A. Jones et ux, lot 8, pMrt al 
Bellamy Minor; lax 93M. 

Raymond Thobas MaDtmlUd «l 
tlx to Stuart W; Bennett et wx, k* 
111 Wk. D. aMt of fMat Neck .Man- 
ort^fa* 822.9i . ; 
. fletnuel d. Powell Jr. to Ihmuel 
C: Ktwell Jr. et ux. Jot 79, pJat of 
^r^ad Bay Colony; <ix 82.70. 

■Kelvin G. ttev^ et ux to Henry 
l: Smith, et ux. l^t 20, hlk. N, plat 
uf Hilltop .Manor; lax ll.ll.'i. 

T. C. Mason et la w Alexander 



Corbett et u . *»»* 

bridge Beach; tax 4Ki.40, 

»ieaiT» Comt«wii»« t'j^n u* 
Jack G, Hutfaofl e;t uM, aii 
of WolfKnare Plantation; U* r^ ■->■ 

Marlon L. «ri«|(|»<ytt» NMi' 
naUl J. JoiMa 4pt ttt. ill 3^ fte* of 
tfaven lt#tgfil« tax fM.M 

Ronald D. .McFarland et uv Do 
Ii-*ln t. Kdwards et wn, tot «^ (>Ut 
of^ dpe mtaty tty-t^pAM: tax 

G «i S Corp. to Bumette R. Gal- 



Pele Kotarkle*. lot 13, plat of l^n- lagher et ux, lot 14, bik, £, plat of 



dun Bridge Gar(ten«; tax Ill.lO. 

Peter Dewltt et ux to Eroll Ellis 
Wood et ux, t«Hs 14, if. 19, blk. 12, 
plot of Cape Henry sec. D; tax 815. 

Grace K, IHirAum to Jeanne 
Goodell Schultz, IWs 17, 18, 23, 24, 
Mk. 1», plat of CheMpeahe Park; 
MX 84.50. 

Stanley G, Bryan to William E. 
I^rker, Wts !» Mid part ot lot ."», 
plat of .Milburn Manor; lax l.ic. 

William E. Parfter et ux to Wal- 
ter M. Katzertjerger et ux, tots 33 
and part of tot 3( plat of .Mllbum 
lIsHMr; tax 84.50. 

eesrge E. AUiott Jr., et ux to 
Van H. Cunningham et ux, sRe 10, 
plat of Linkhom tBtmm ttx S?l. 

William A. Getgtr «t ux to Le- 
roy L. Williams el HX^ tot 1, Mk. 9, 
plat of Aragona VtlMige sec. 10; tax 

James H. Rirt>hn> at als to 0ewey 



Lake Shores mc. 4; t«x I3I40' 

Foul Way Land Corp. t« Cak-o 
Con)«tritotlun Corp., jot itl, plat of 
Laikevlew .Shores; tax 821.75, 

Calco Coostiructloii Corp. ta Vio- 
la Livingston. k>4 1T1,/Iat of Lake- 
view Shores; tax tZl.fS. 

La key lew Shores Corp, lo Ar- 
chie t. (Jmiairt Jr, lot 193, Dlat of 
Lakevlew ^mrw; tax ^AM, 

BmmU Ue SmMA fitf iMB tt. 
Rlgga #t ux. Ia«* I, a. S, 1. Mk. », 
plat of tlrglMi Beich Pevek^pment 
Omipany; Ulk ^tsM. 

#alt«- M. HMl 41 Bit to Arthur 
m. Conrad St. ii ux, Wt Jl. ^< W 
Nbrlh Akanam tax $«Km 

Hartri4 #. ..iMitts « «x t» fttl- 
liant nmift $mm% et lax, lit fi, 
ofat 0t Bri tWk J^frnftx MJ5, 

SHdMli^ 0ttf, ttr 1^ Wtm 
«tein et ux, tM 18. mtm dl Ut» 
SKitns Utt. 4: fatt littJfc 



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Aragoaa 30, Ratngm 89. 
Dltmood Sprt!^ 19. ^icata 11. 

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Aragona vs. Kempsvlttt Btp- 
Ust. 7:45 pjn. 

Chesapeake Beach Vs. Kemps- 
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Aragorta 45. fCemps^Ule Com- 
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Hawks 37, vs. Blue Angels », 
IflOBs 21, Beach Comer? 8. 

OeeM MiglNliy 
NaRMtNtidi.. 

Ben W, Corvlngton, Jr.. widely 
travelled retired army colonel and 
resident of Myrtle B««ch, S-C.f has 
been appotnWd Bwithern Field 
Secretary of the mmwoflt Ocean 
Hi-way AMMlttWn, irtilch has ita 
nallonil^ he'«ii*W«» l>e»»- An- 
nouno«#int of t!i« af^wtntmertt 
was made Iw C. O. Thooqwrn of 
Charleston. H^ aswi^latlon iM^l- 
dent. 

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tton this flsiRh. m Is a gt^^K 
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m Europe, North Af^, Pakistan, 
India, Burma an9 Cfclna, as -well 
as sev^rai armv liMtallattotw In 
the ViS. 

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Hlway AssociaMtm In matters of 
membership and traffic solicita- 
tion and In organizing efCorte far 
furt»*r JmprcfW«i*<it of *he fo^. 
He win l>e the luisOn between the 
membor.ship Hnd the executive and 
adminii-lrallve oporatiom* of the 
asmeciatldn. jWhittlrfly Jn tW* ki*« 
south of headquarters here, His 
operations h««d«|Uarter« will he 
MvrUe Beat^h. 

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Thurfday, Mtrch 9, 1961 
Page 4A 

Virginia Cruise 
To Beniuda 
Leaves iNay 12 

A five-day cniUe to j^^nnuda 
thla %rlng will sail from Norfolk 
on Friday e%-en}r^. May 12, aboard 
the M^. "victoria. .Tamee A, Albano, 
presldeirt of th« non^miflt Virginia 
C5Rilf» Corporation, announced to- 
day. The Virginia Cruise group 
will return to Norfolk oa Wednes- 
day morning. May 17. 

The Bermuda Cruise Is being 
iQcheduled In res^nse to a general 
demand for a short Virginia Cruise 
in whk* business leaders and their 
enqtloyeg with limits time and 
fuiute can participate. Albano said. 

TTie Virginia group la scheduled 
to dock at St. Georges, Bermuda 
on Sunday morning. May 14. and 
remain there until Monday after- 
noon. May 15. The ratw quoted In- 
clude provision of all meaL«i and 
accommodations aboard ship dur- 
^ig the fhre-day cruise. 

The Victoria," a 20,000-ton luxury 
lli^r. was employed bj' the Vir- 
gtaia Cruise Corponrtion for the 
4.'>-day VIrgtola Cruise to Scandi- 
navia and RuBsia last summer. 
Commenting on that cruise, Albano 
said. "Virginians and others who 
participated had nothing but the 
highest praise {<»■ the aec<Hnmoda- 
tlons that 'were provided aboard. 
The cuisine and service were ex- 
ceptional and the frtaterooms and 
public Facilltlefi were modern and 
fuxuriou!;. We feel fortunate In be- 
^ig rfste to offer these supertor 
acxaiBinodationfi again. 

R«9eTvat<on»i for the flve-<lay 
^ring Cruise tq Bermitda now are 
available at the offices of the Vir- 
ginia Cruis»e Corporation, ttll B^st 
Franklin Street in Richmond, or 
through authorised travel a^nts. 
Mrs. Itobert D. AIkei> is in charge 
of reiservatloa. 

ZEMTH ANNODNCES 
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Sales & Service at London Bridge, 
announces that the Zenith Radio 
Corp<»etion, which he represents 
here, is going Into the color tele- 
vision business this fall. 

He said that the Chteago firm 
ha«; notified h^n that the sets will 
carry a price tkg of im»re than $(KX) 
and are expected to slmpttfy home 
r«ceptloTw 

Eight years of research and the 
eiKpendltore of mveral mttltons of 
dollars went Into the jawject. 
Hirtz mild, aiul the .<9et will em- 
ploy a new tube invented by Zen- 
ith scientists. 




The landscape as a proper and 
independent siA>Ject for a canvas 
was not generally accepted until 
alm(Mrt two .centuries after Deni.s 
van Alsloot painted "The Flight 
Into Egypt". Yet during those two 
centuries many painters used the 
landscape as their major subject, 
malting the incident from which 
their titles were derived a second- 
ary subject minor to the landscape 
itself. 

Sfflfne artists went so tstr as to 
wortt in collaboration with other 
painters, one completing the land- 
scape while, the other added the 
figures which were necessary for 
the portrayal of the Incident. It Is 
known that van Alsloot, who died 
in ie28, did thia, for certain of hia 
paintings have figuiea by Ifendrlek 
de Clerck; - - — — —^ ;r— 
Flen^b ArttMta 

Both van ALsloot and Clerck 
were Flemish painters wlro woiii- 
ed at Brussebi. Denis van Alskmt 
was noted for his landscapes Into 
which mylhol<^cal personages or 
secular figures, primarily in hunt- 
ing parties, were introduced. His 
fame was such that he w^ ap- 
mlnted. about 1389. court painter 
to ih» then Governor dt the 
Xetfterlands. the Archduke Albert 
of Austria ami the; Archduchess 
Isabella. , 

in spite of his preoccupation 
with landscape van Alsloot created 
a delightfOlLy pastoral "Flight Into 
Eg>'pt" in this canvas. The sense 
of peace after the escape from the 
\'engence of Henxl is strongly 
conwnunicated to the sjHfctator: by 
the calm wtwded landscape with 
its glimpses of a village beyond 
the lake and by the figures them- 
.selves, not only those of the cen- 
tral group but al.so those more dis- 
tant ones who animat» the middle 
distance. 

The rellgtouH needs of the theme 
have not been neglected either. 
The ViriJn and the Infant ride on 
the ass whlcb was present at His 
Birth recognizing Him as the Son 
of (Jod and which was considered 



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the humblest and the least of ani- 
mals. 

Romaii Sftabol 

The Cherubim hovering over the 
Holy Family repi-esents Divine 
VVI.sdOm and holds a wreath of 
olive leaves, symbolizing the Prov- 
idence of God toward His children. 
Because of their rich yield, the 
Romans used the olive tree and 
palm branche* as symbols of vic- 
tory, *and the Christians used tlwra 
to suggest the triumph over death. 

Even the birds and animals in- 
cidental to the landscape hllve ,a 
religious meaning. The crances In 
the right corner. were introduced 
because of their connotation of 
vlgilanee, and loyalty. This mean- 
li^ was derived from the legend 
aboot them that stated that at 
tJght, when the crahes were gath- 
ei-ed in a circle, one of them was 
set on wat<^ and be, to guard 
against sleep, held a stone In one 
foot so that it would fall on the 
other if he should sleep. 
Owned By Musenm 

The stags, just behind the cranes 
represented religious aspiration 
and pletv, as described \n Psalms. 
Thus van Alsloot, even though his 
major Interest was In landacapet 
ji.sed both the landscape setting 
and its figures to create a touch- 
ing religious painting full of mean- 
ing and devotion. 

This painting belongs to the Vir- 
ginia Museum of Fine Arts to 
wbich it was given by iMrs. Hll- 
dreth Scott Davis in memory of 
her husband. George Cole Scott. 



METHODISTS SLATE 
STEWARDSHIP DRIVE 

Plans have been compj^ed for 
the Stewardship Crusade to be 
conducted March 12-15 by the 
Francis A^bary Methodist 
Church. The Rev. Ralph L. Haga, 
Executive Secretary of the Vir- 
ginia Conference Board of , Mis- 
sions of the Methodist Chiirch, will 
direct the Cinisade to underwrite 
the cost of the congregation's pro- 
posed new building. 

Mr. Haj^ will preach at the 
morning worship service this Sun- 
day, March 12, at 10:50 a.m., at the 
John B. Dey Elementary School, 
Great Neck " Road, the temporary 
meeting place of the church. He 
wtir ccmduct a pertod of training 
for the crusade workers at 2:30 In 
the school^ 

The proposed building is to be 
constructed across from the John 
«. D«y School on Great Neck Road-. 
Mr. L«e Roy Ammons is chairman 
of the Crusade and the Rev. Ed- 
wasril 3. Taylor Is the paator. 



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National 

One of tl^ early pronoiince- 
ments of ]h-ertdent Keimedy was 
thai short term Interest rates 
should be held steady but that long 
term rates should be reduced. At 
the time this was widely regarded 
as tatpracUcal, but the i%d«r»l ito. 
serve System has now changed Its 
poUcy to meet tbia ^m of the 
Prefildent. 

Durli^ the Second World War 
and #or several years thereafter 
the {Hlce of gov«mme^ bonds 
was pegged by the Federal Re- 
serve. This was done by the Re- 
serve baiAs standing ready to buy 
any amount of such <^dlgatl<ms of- 
fered to them. The argument used 
to support this policy was that It 
saved the government money on 
the carrying charges dl tl» borrow- 
ing and debt. And Uiere la no 
doubt that It did hold down the 
carr>'lng charges, but what was 
.saved In this category was offset 
many times by yhat the puMic 
lost "through Inflation. 

Finally, In 19SI' the famous 
TYeasury accord was agreed to and 
under this the Federal Reserve 
System wiis permitted *to stop peg^ 
glng govertunent bonds. At the 
tbne the present chairman of the 
Federal Reserve board of govw- 
nors. William Martin, Jr., was In 
the Treasury Department and he 
has been generally credited with 
working out the accord. Sioce the 
the policy has been to buy long 
term Treasury obligations only to 
prevent a disocderty msricet Oth- 
erwise the Reserve Systein has 
limited i^lf, with only ot»e or two 
exceptions, to short term Treasury 
paper. This has come to be known 
as the "blilii usually" poUcy. 

There Ls one n»re important 
historical fact that needs mention 
before explaining the change just 
made by the Reserve authorities. 

In the spring of Ifieo our comr 
mercial banking system was run- 
ning with deficient reserves of 
abouf $600 million. This was cov- 
ered by rediscounts at the Re.wrve 
banks. The result was relativity 
high Interest rates, both on long 
and short term. Without annoi»c«- 
ment or explanation the Fedend 
Reserve gradually began to buy 
short term Treasury paper In the 
market. Tlie effect of such pui^- 
chase.s Is to g^ve the member casor 
mercial baidcs more reserves. An- 
other effect Is to rediice the yield 
on such short term paper. 
. This policy was continued until 
the oommerclal banks had free re- 
.serves of over $400 million (re- 
serve requirements also .w^re 
changed) and the rate on Treasury 
bills was reduced by almost one 
half. One result of this was that 
this brought our short term rates 
so much below those In some of 
the leading foreign money centers 
that large gums were transferred 
aboard and we suffered a heavy 
gold loss. At that point the Reserve 
authorities stopp^ pumping addi- 
tkmal re^enes Into the oMnmercial 
banks, and began merely to hold 
the free reserves at around $400 
million. And it Is now generally 
recognized that short term rates 
can not be drtven ^11 lower with- 
out again starting a gold outlftow. 

N'ovv the change of policy ,that 
has Jtist be«i made is for the Fed- 



Outlook 

wal <3le«erve Systwi Id start buy- 
ing government ot>li^ti<ms wltb a 



that a spedal n#wi feteue ww 
Issued annK>unciiqr t1» new •{««- 
gram, and heretoft>re the Reserve 
Sy.stem would never ^qilafai a 
change of policy. The most that it 
would do was to give in retrospect 
what it had ^en attempting. 

Tlie purpose <rf the change of 
polI<7 Is to reduce long term In- 
terest rates. And no one ^ubts 
that if enough Imig term bonds 
are bought it will have this result 

Tm dangers of tbe new policy 
are enormotu. So long as the fie- 
gerve banks dealth In dwrt term 
paper there was no danger of a 
significant lo.w, because the price 
of such paper does not vaiy much. 
Long term obligations, mi the oth- 
er ^hand, are entirely differed. 
Their price can arid does swing 
over a wide range, and If the Fed- 
eral Reserve finds it desiral^, or 
neces.saTy, to sell any appreciable 
amoiHit o( such bonds ItAvlU take 
a loss which could be ex&emely 
large. , 

The hope, of eoui^e, is that large 
amounts of the Itmg teiro bonds 
will not be purchased by the Re- 
serve System. If that proves true 
there will still be ptenty to worry 
about, but no occasion for panic. 
. 11 - 1 1 , I 1 1 I I ' 

Advisory Unit 
Names Given 
By Sandpipers 

"fendirtper Kayhouse". newly 
formed theatre group, today an- 
nounced its Advisory Board of Di- 
rectors for the 1961 seasao, which 
c^ns a ten-week stodt seaaon on 
July 1 continuing throi^ Labor 
Day. 

•Members of the board .hHHude 
Sidney BMiks, W. missell Jbtehett, 
Harry O. Nichols, i3|ayor F»nk 
Dusch, J. Hoge T^tor ai^ ^ney 
Kellam. 

Atoo. Albin Mailhes, Bruce: Psus 
lette, J4ek Golden. Algy CSWieiv 
R<^ert Lambe, Fnuik Tarrall, Rose 
Johnson Willis, Pierre Schmitz. 
Ben Willis, Robert Goodman and 
f>ed ttaycox. 

The specially contracted blue 
and gold theatre tent will be lo- 
cated at 19th and Arctic ad,^icent 
to the Virginia Beach Convention 
Center. B«ceQt BroMhvay hits will 
he presented In-the-round nightly 
Tuesday through Sunday evenings. 

The producli^ company, koowa 
as iment Productions, Inc. Is^ooni- 
posed of Joseph L. Frleden, Wade 
Williams, Lee Lively, Maynard Al- 
len and .\ngie Alexander. Tlie first 
company calk will be held Wednes- 
day, adarch 16 at the Admiralty 
Motor Hotel at 8 p.m. AU penoiK 
interested In participating are re- 
quested to send full particulate on 
background and experience to 
"Sandpiper Playhouw". Box 924, 
Virginia Beach. Directors . and 
plays for the fdrth-coinlng season 
will be announced at this time. 



BAYSIDE NEWS BRIEFS 



Bri4 B. foucnn 

The CMfleMli Bm^ of the rtuir^ 
met ^jnday nWtt, March .4 at 
ing governmeni oougaoraa wiw a j 7.30 pjn. Di^ey Simmons is chair- 
maturity of more than five yews. ^^^^ ^ ^^^ 
This was such art um»ual stop] ^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^ 

He^ng Hand Circle of the church 
met at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. 
R. F. Rhodes, Tlioroughgood Lane. 
Mrs, Dewey Heath Is chairown of 
the circle. 

Friday night Marth 10, at 7 p.m. 
there will be a "CJovered Dish Sup- 
per" at the church, fw the entire 
family. Following supper a film 
entltleid '^Ut Level Family" will 
be shown. 

Sunday, Matvh 5 at 31 p.m. the 
Jurdpr Hft^ Pllgrhn jF'ellowshIp 
rally was held at the United 
Church of Christ In, Portsnouth, 
Va. The Bayslde Junior P. P. pre- 
sented the prop-am entitled "How 
to improve your ptx>graras." Mem- 
bers partiei'p&tlng were: Douglas 
Pauley, "Butch" McCoy, Coral 
Smith, Carol Dalquist. Carolyn 
Robb, Martha Butts, Jean Shaffer 
and Jean Bu^bee. 

On Wednesday night, March 1 
the Bland Memorial Musical Scho- 
larship elimination contest was 
held at the Fort Story Officers 
Club. TTie president, John E. Ab- 
salom^ Jr., presided. 

Ttils contest is one of the club's 
most enjoyable i»H}gitim8 Mch 
year and Is alwavs observed as 
ladles night. Distrfct Gov. Oowlw 
Hogge and Mrs. Hogge were honor 
guests and a number of other Lion 
4%nltarles were present with their 
wives. 

Lion EhTJest Consolvb, cQ<halr- 
man with Uon W. D. Nag^. Intro- 
duced the elevw* contestants who 
performed. 

The following young musicians 
were heard: Margaret Cash, plam>: 
David Kuz-sinskl, drums; Gary Tar- 
water, piano; Doris "Jeannir* Bay 
lard, flute; Emily Ann Sakaktal, 
piano; Wlllard White, piano; 
Wayne Bostaln, trumpet; Emily 
"Beth" Groover, piano: Marthi 
Korte, vocallsst; Paul McsBroom, ae- 
cordlan; and Anne Powell, vocal- 
ist. 

All of these young people are 
students in the Princess Aime 
County schools. They all gave fine 
renditions and the Judges had a 
difficult time in choosing the 
thi^e winners: E^ily Ann 9s*a- 
klni, first place; Wlllard White, 
second and Gary Tarwater, third 
place. Miss Sakaklnl was awarded 
$S0 Savings Bond and will repre- 
sent the Bayside Lions Club In the 
Zone Contest which is to be held 
on Mar<>h 10th at the FjOJ*. Club 
near Kempsvllle. The second and 
third 4)lace winners each received 
SSS bonds. The otber, participants 
received certificates of apprecla* 
tion. Emily Sakaklnl and Gary Tar« 
water are piano pupils of Mrs. 
Hazel Wedel Rhode of Bayslde, Va. 

District Governor Hogge com- 
mended the musicians and the 
committee for the fine program. 
He also stated briefly some <rf the 
history of the Bland Memorial Con- 
test. This contest was instituted by 
the Lions Clubs of Vicginla in 
1947 as .a living tribute to James 
A. Bland, ftmous Negro composer 
who composed "Carry Me Back To 
Old Vli-ginny." In 1940 the Lions of 
Vii^glnla succeeded in having this 
great .song deislghated as the state 



anthem. T^ pui^M rf the con- 
test is to tn<x>urage young musi- 
cians to further their education. 
The tdthiMte winner now earns a 
$1,000 scholarship and the runner, 
up is awarded a tMO scholarship. 
With about 50 clubs In the District 
24D conducting these contests over 
400 &>qjestanta jwrticlpate in Tide- 
water Vlr^nte. A total of over 
2,000 tirice part throughout the en- 
tire state. 



BAfliAKR MMVODIM' 
CHURCH NKWB 

Thiffsday, March 9, at 7:90 p.m. 
the Church School Workers will be 
held. Mrs. A. M. MacKaywill lead 
a discussion on "Christian Founda- 
tions of Teaching." 

Sunday, Mar<* 12, Rev. ai^ Mra. 
D. H. Park of Seol. Kor*8 will be 
guests at the church and will show 
glides Qi Christian Konean Work 
at 9:«i a.m. Mr. Park will preach 
at the 11«0 a.m. Worship ser^'lce. 
At 6:^ p.m, the Junior High and 
S«Jlor High M.YiF. will have a 
dlscusBtah with Rev. Park. Rev. 
I^rk Is currently a student at 
Wesley Theological Seminary In 
Washington. D.C. He is being 
brought to the ^ylake Methodist 
Chunrh under local sponsoring of 
the Commission on ML-^ions. W^hile 
In the area he and Mrs. f^rk will 
t)e guests of Rev. Jatp^ W. Rey- 
nol<to. Jr. and Mrs. Reynolds, 

Sunday. March 12, the Brownie 
Scout Troop of 0{»an Park will 
attend the 11:00 a.m. Worship serv- 
ice In a body, this being "Girl 
Scout Sun^y." 

At 6 p.m. the conpegatlon din- 
ner will be held In the soclaP hall 
of the churph. It will be followed 
by spe<^l separate sessions for 



I pre^choot, elementary s<*«ol, 1 
1 and Senim* high students Ml 
adullK, Following the qieeial at 
sHms a film entitled 'T^ Woil 
Behind the Readliiies" wUl I 
ghbwn after which a patMl diaott 
.Hion will take plaoe. Rev. ReytwM 
will preside as the moderator. 11 
members of the panel will be; II 
mar Walliler, Fratdt Oolenda, ^ 
W.- Gentry, Claude Jordan, Qi 
Tennef««, Earl Slattum. Thie ma 
ter of ceremontes will be |Ucha|i 
Darton, ebalrnMin of the ehmvhe 
"ev^ member vteltat^n". 

The official board of the churd 
will meet Monday night, March 1 
at 7^ p.m. with J. B. Wrigh 
chairman, presiding. 



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The church property conruiilseto 
will meet Monday night at 8 p.n 
with John ^meh, chairman, pn 

siding. 

Drl and .Mrs. J. S. Johnston war 
luncheon f^^ of Rev. and Mn 
J. W. Reynolds SuMtoy. Uxtt^ { 
Dr Johoston is the Norfolk Dlstrk 
Superintendent of the .Methodis 
Church. He was guest spnker | 
the 11:00 a.m. /Worship service.? 

John Boiler of thorouf^h*A> 
has returned to his home frea 
Norfolk General Hospital where h 
was a patient. • 

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Mrs. ttevid Bell of the UtoroUgl 
good section Is a {^tient at N<n^S 
General Hot^Hal. 

The F. F. Clifford family, foi 
merly of Baylake Pines and no\ 
residing in Washington, DjC.. wer 
guests in the area over the wee! 
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,wim ciMtrmw itt (UNot ^ ym 
MaUmiat WiiWife #(iek fmgnm 
ta Viii^nla. The amolnMMM wa» 
.Mt»u»^d by the Viiylnta Wild- 
Uh l^i^^^R wblch joins with 
^lilBfe rederation In 
of <iUi e«i«atiQMi 

win VMV. vtd»1y-kQowa pro- 
ducer of %e "ttue L4fe Adven- 
ture" Mture fifana. af^in will serve 
■• oaUowH ho^napy <^imaii of 
the oUWrvinee whldi liai l»en aet 
^ the period of March l#4i. 

Cutler •fated that the 1961 ob- 
ewrance of Wildlife Weejt U in- 
tentfed to highlight problems In- 
voh^ il| mum^ mm (d oatunl 
reio«iew. TlieiM for ^ ^^Mmv- 
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from an Iflcreaslng p<^uWioit," he 
pointed out, "It is essential that 
Mich natural resource* as forests 
awl raftgw, lalMs, streams and 
shorellrteH. afld wlldUfe be utllicad 
ter m many pwpmmr an pMstM*. 
It should be a national philowjphv 
to um mly the aurplune'a of re- 
newsbto nMnr* resources." 

CMJer obser*«d that Mtund re» 
souraw thoul* he used for their ; 
highest and Mat f«rpose !■ th«| 
broad public interest. "OpUoiumi 
use must be ojnsickred as well aa 
Biultipte use, because not all re- 
sources can ba used for all pur- 
p@«M. K la prelMtoie tb<M partieutar 
land areas and lakes and «trean»i 
should be ^ Feti^ittl unaltered an 
parks. wlldffi>n«a areas or fishing 
locations la tba k«st j^^fo Inter- 
est," he said. * 

"And orderly and ef^ctive ap- 
proach to multiple resource use 
ain ba achieved only Oirou^ bal- 
anced conservation planning,", he 
concluded. 



Conmierclal ~ 
BowFing League 

The C*P Tel. Cb. fl^ moved one 
pinie closer to \i» leaiter (^ 
week, with a four-point sweep at 
the expense of Coates Motor Co. 

"Hie ftt>nt4-unner, Smith-Keene, 
managed a 3-polnt win over Sand- 
ler Seafoods. This ...win |^ve the 
Electric-men a one-game tead as 
they ready for their match, next 
week, with the Telephone-men. 



High game honors were 8hai*ed 
by Dick Pellitier and Chaflle mOt' 
ardson with games of ^)€l. 
|#as«e tWaadhiga 

Won Ixwt 

1. Smlth-Keene 2Z 6 

2. C&P Tel. Co 21 7 

». Holt Buick 16 13 

4. Sandler Seafoods 16 12 

5. Nat. Bank of Oonun. 14 14 
«. V. S. Marines Sales . . 13 15 

7, Hqi^ Mot<ir Co 18 16 

i. Flwatone *3W 11 at 

d. Coates Motor Ck> B 10 

10. VA. Fuel Oil 6 22 

TOP TIM 

1. Herman Casey iTO 

r Roland Hvde 8M 

3. Elliott Williams S12 

4. Nell Boucher 808 

6. Charlie Richardson 308 

«. 0lck Dickens OOS 

7. Blck PelUtier S06 

8. Ralph Cerlno . . : 802 

^ #«e Wee Morse 4B6 

1«. Gene VasUe 4SJ 



jKr HAMS tmvn 

HofA M us fMt prMty Mo 
ire ^ a $M fuse or a 400 MrlM 
ye aln» fart the mm^g laft^ 
#aated whm our t«Ma hUb 2^Hi 
for a 3-|^me series. 

TWa ia M it 
ahouM be ^ be- 
cause It means 
the team aver- 
age a ISO per 
xama. UsA art 
I he leag^ , avw- 
-iges aiMi ^u'U 
nd veiy few 
'owlers avara^ 
Ing mor^. 

Soh let us con- 
aidar 'What hap- 
pened «m the 
UaMk aiduy "l^fht of March 
12, 1058. It seems 
almost Incredible when compared 
tp our accomplishments today. Oa 
that 0(%asi(Hi tte famous "Sad- 
welaers" rewrote the records with 
a S-game toUl of 3856 pins that In- 
ebidad two perfect games. Pat Pat- 
ttfa^ was low man on the tean^ 
roUIng a mere 736 set. His ^mes 
wep» only 246-M2-^8. Don Carter 
was second low with games (4 2^ 
293435 for a 7&4, Tom Hennessey 
racked up a 7^ series with games 
H 228-30O.231, and Dick Wetoar 
tm>lad 7^ pins with m^BS^m-^ 
ntn^ing a triplicate fc^ one extra 
pin. 
Tha big pin of the strUm-armsi 




ordination, CoNent^altan and Con- 
fl<tence. ^4ad aoncantraftion starts 
the InaMnt you ttan4' toward the 
ball fi«jE for jm^w Ull. this M 
when yen ataM IhMtlng about 
what you're giplng to do and tow 
It'a ^^g to be done. Starling to- 
MMittitrate after you're on the ap- 
proach doM nothing but ta-ritcte 
those on adjacent lanes who an 
waiting their turn. By the time a 
bowter is in a poritkm to start the 
a^^V^^'*' av^-ytUn^ that follows 
Awld tw aulMMlie. 

Cow-i^tiva la MMMaiof tbat 
M^uales <he atkletes from tkeir 
arm-chair eowMnparto., AM it 
t» amiWrimK tIM jmt iMner 
have or iMTeBt. It is aoanathtng 
ttModt to ^velop. ThMirfore, 
thb amaM 9t JbewUag la lia^wt. 
ant Mv fo ttMNle who doa^lUTe 

i t oiaM i iat . OMfll sever l)e 

top4sipK9^ soi^naa* 

The most Important of the three 
reqtUrement is ^nfidence. And 
this not only memui confidwce in 
ability but confident in liiek, re-^ 
covery from bad starts, law of av- 
er^es, aqd the assumuoe that five 
sputa in a sin«le game can onljt 
occur once during a series. 

How often have you started a 
ipma withi a «^t ee ailher open, 
only 10 throw om of yoir best 
games? And there must hav* laeeh 
ntmerous ecc^tons when you 



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Highiites Of Ten Piii Bowling 



Ma»tt» y. Vet^ary if 
BmUA ilnaiw 

AIM^ CMa wcH) S fointa.ovar 
liWfertk ^ 

Vour AcM won 3 potite over 

Patons tted Team No. 1. 

teviiville Mobite HcwAea woo 3 
pte. over 40^ areakem 

Sco^ioQS tWM 2| p(MtB, over 
CouAaa. 



Charch and Military I^egaa 

Woodley Realty tied Phant^n 

No. 2. I 

Hlrta TV wtm 4 ptrinta over Pour 



tiam was Ray Bluth who started r^tned the tim Uu«a^m<» a^d 
off with a pair of 267*8 and ended 
the match with his pert«t 300 lor 
an amazing 834. 

6ince the BUDS are iii«tfk&l(g ^, 
there's a good chan«! this rec<»Hl 
will rentate on the boc*s for qulte- 
scwne time; however, the HBH- 
MANNS of St, Louis had previous- 
ly gone lane loco and pounded out 
a 3797 series !»ck In 1952. There 
was s<»ne who said this one wotiki 
stay on the' books. forever. 

The aext time y<Hj get your t««n 
to ijaaier , give th«n a good pep 
talk and assure that that records 
are made to be taroken. 



TEHPIN TlPli . . . Someone oeee 
said the most important require- 
ments for i^iod bowling wc»-e Co- 



still clobbered over 2O0 plna. Re- 
membering these oceartons, and 
having confidence they can repeat 
thenuAves, will go a long ways 
toward deveioj^ng tbe much-ne^- 
ed attitude. It means you don't be- 
come incompetent ad a bowler be- 
cause of a piMr mental outlook 
over prospects for the current 
ganie. 

Never become depressed over a 
bad start R«nember how you re- 
covered in the past and become 



confidence you can dolt agsdn. Be|S>^n^Cavender^m. 

sure the law of averages will work "^ '"'"' " 

for you and numerous splits one 

game will surely not occw during 

the second, Be confident you are 

going to bowl a good game and you 

will do Just tiiat. 



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It ^ems to me that half the 
world is suffering from an aching 
tecir. Almost every time I atart to 
talk to someone about condition- 
ing or ejwrctoa, invariably tljey 
mention t^at they are bothca^ by 
a bad back. Tire 
most amazing] 
thing is the nvRn- 
b^ of people: 
who just except 
] their i«ckache asi 
}*rt of their ev- 
eryday 1 I f * 
Please do n^' 
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stand this point 
I realize that i; 
some cases It is 
phyjjlcal alhnen 
but in the major- j^^ Warrfnv 
Ity of oases I am 

sure It's nothing more tlwn poor 
muscle support in the lower \m^ 
area. 

Unfortunately, there are no pilb, 
no magic words, no braces tbit can 
cure this backache. ]^th^a% 
enough, once backaches stan we 
know very little about how to stop 
them. In any case, the advice^ 
your phyakslan shouM t>e followed 
first. On the oth«- ^nd, the best 
^ray to mire a ^m^Ot^ Is to pr^ 
vent it. Too many nrtn wholly ^ 
nore the s^^le r^dpien^sf poe- 
ture and exercise 'that could save 
them , end less pain and dtecomfoA. 

For the purpose of t^ di^i^ 
slon we will Qon^eottrate on tte 
muscle functioo of tl*^ ba<*. In 




iqp 'and|toueh jMvur tois, then back 
down akaln. Ten {10) repltitions. 
«. Pww»-Upe— iFlat on your stom- 
ach, pUma of yow haiKis cm the 
floor next to your chest. Ke^ 
your body rigid, push up, then 
down, flilft is a real gMat general 
exercise. I bet you can't eto ten (10) 
repltltkins right now. Try to work 
up to twenty (3©>, starting out 
with 5 or 6 the first two or three 
days. 



StHdent-Fecutty 
BasketbaU Tilt 
Set Toiiiorrow 



naza Juniors 
Riding Wglt 

This week at Plaaa Bowl, our 
Junior League once again proved 
that the youngsters really have 
ambition to win. Our little 9-year- 
old Steven DoiKette, got up on the 
lanes, and ^emed to study each 
ball he rolled and the outcome was 
a terrific 144, bo<«ting his itMfi 
from Sth Hace to 8th Place. Ray 
Cooley, anotter pp and conring 
Ten-Pin Bowler, who now at <Mily 
12, rolled a 161, also pushing his 
team hsmn 2nd to 1st place. 

We at Plaaa Bowl, certainly ex- 
tend a welcome hand to the parents 
to' attend each Saturday and ex- 
perieMe a real WirUl, such as ve 
do each and every Saturday, 
watchit^ the Sportsmanship eag- 
emras and conduct of our children. 

High scores and standings lor 
this week v^: 

A Division— Buddy MitcheU, ^^ 



Hamm's. 

Gobs won 3 points over Pyramid 
Body Works. 

Charity Crusaders w(m 3 pdiMa 
over ITie tutherjai^ 

Charity fxtremm tied Princes 
Anne. 

Ed William* had Uil ganra and 
h^h set, mo. <^fA Bomffiker ioA 
the high gan» WS and a ntea SfiQ 
set 






noneer Mixed Leaipie . 

Lucky Strikea won 3 pts. over 
Southern Materials. 

EUyson Atlantic won 3 pts. <rf& 
Virginia Gift Shop, 

Nixon Electric tied Tomac Const. 

a-ooks-Shorter won 3 pts, over 
Al's Shaet Metal. 

the girls really did some fine 
bowling tonlji^t KInd'a showed 
the men up a little bit, Lirraine 
Kadas rolled a pretty 206 game, 
Doris Schautteet did some mighty 
fine bowling, W& game and 565 
set. 



leys. 

aiat St. Cleaners mm 3 
over Midi's A^MO. 

I^^nes-Whttehurst -mm 3 points 
over Beach Travel Servtoe. 



ntaceiw Am* MHi% Vm^Mf 

Aces won 4 pts. over caiemarts. 

Pnos won 3 pts. over C^vaitera. 

OW Folks won 3 pts. ov«r Tar 
Heels. 

Bvjwlers woo 3 j^. OVMT tmm^ 
stars. ' 



B Division— George Smith, 1%; 
Sancb'a Benaon, 1S8. 

C Division— Bill Ashley, 223; Lin- 
da Hubbert. 145. 

D Wvlsion-^Tom Dawaon, 173; 
Pam Stokes, 159; Bev Newman, 11^. 

£ Division — lAmy Price, IM; 
Donoia Cornett, ISO. 



Pat Di Nini rolled a 548 to lead 
the 'Gianos' in taking 3 points 
from the "U Name Its*. Hi^ tor 
the loslhg team was Betty Broeb- 
man with a 191. 



Ant place team Tails End' split 
2-2 with tfi* •BVjursome'. High for 
the two teiuns was Kenny Hurat 
with a 185-507 series. 

The Pin Pointers took 3 from the 
'Four Aces' w^ltb Tommy Thomp- 
mxi leading both te«ns with a 211- 
S;^ set. 



Kmrncinr 

COLONEL 




iMMM 

IHislKy 



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every man's back are two hnporV 
ant muscles whose function it i» 
to kTOp the iqp>k)e and the trunk 
ereo4* 5%ese i»e kn«w» tefthe ¥im 
long -back musaies, o*e' on either 
side of the splne.They are a«sl*r 
ed in this ^tlv^ fegr 'm^ i^p^es 
o{ the buttocks. R t^ toiit Mus- 
cles and the butto<4l« omiwIm are 
properly develop and utUlssMl, 
the bunmn back can achieve maxi- 
mum comfort by helping to, eiise 
8tt«in on the sacroiliac 'Jolnte 
where most 1»^ tfeuble is found. 

There are otlwr tets of muscles 
Involved, birt Irt's avoid ' coi^l- 
catod dl8cusi«lon'ttf tee Way ^ue- 
ture. Instead, let uc'lodk at s^e 
simple exei-cism li^ich, U prac- 
ticed, can rave you from pain totw 
on. You will ^gtve ray addb^ 
that these exercise mlgM mSm 
you feel generally better if you 
"take the time to (k> them dally. 

'^y the f^JovtnJl exerotoes tar' 
tln-M WeekSr awumiltl^ ol courM- 
that they are not c<mtrary to the 
advice of your phystetan. 

1. Wood Chopping— Feet apart 
(about 2i feet), bnKis over head 
and clasped together. Kiues rigid." 
First touch the left toe with your 
hands. Then tack te lift* mtv 
head. Now touch jww j^l «#, 
then hands over h«M ^agUn. Bo 
this exercise twenty (20) replti- 
ttB*»«. 

2. Foot^ll kicks — Hands on 
your hi)^, pic* your ri^t 1^ up 
In the air (Just Mke you were kick- 
ing a footb*li> J^t down, now 
your fcft leg. Plf^B fli) i^lti- 
tlons each ^. 

3. Weep Knee ^nd»— 5&n(fe on 
your hl^ rea»ln «i your toes at 
al QnMp ""tt^ «iuat lO the way 
down and ^len bat* vp. Twenty 
(20) repititiiw"" 

4. "Wli^ I M imentlflo, 
hands at y«iAi onie, t^ mi ^ur 
to^ hands now extended to the 
"•*• i-emaln on yow torn, anA 

ick, btiog your armss^l^ 
am far as you can, iemaiB,fti 
poritlon and tighten every 
' ' \'our bodv *i "is ten 
"intt. 
V^ — Flat « your ^ek 
aeu^d b^ted you. now 



imrit 
that 



F^lAiy ni^t at 7 p.m, the wom- 
en faculty membra, coached by 
Mrs. Anne King, will play a team 
at Virginia Beach High composed 
Gtf Senior girls coach^ ^ Bonnie 
Bill. Ihe game is usually a fashion 
show of costuming and the fans 
will be treated M> aome unusual 
sports att^e hy ^Ql- the students 
and faculty pla^is- *' 

'nie second game of toe evening 
will feature the men of the faculty 
a^Mnst David Joney and the Sen- 
l<»-s of \ii\i year's vi*lty team, Pat 
Rk;Xs. Bob CourabI, David Hel- 
frish, Bo Bosher, and Geor^ Ghap- 
pell. Mr. Carlton ^qwyer, the 
freshmen baskettaO eoach, will 
lead the &cul^. He was art out- 
standing h*»kelb«ll player al Wof- 
ford College. Coach Claude King, 
mUlMD and 0M coach, will stafT 
■M tto 4ttker>fefWWfd^^fMMton . -f*rin- 
fApkl Smak Iiu JcMmt. and bas- 
ketball Coach Bob Coulthar* will 
start at the g^ard )»sillens.. Jim 
6bok. ,the wrestling <KM|ch, will 
^rt at OMWr. Tl^ stMtIng five 
will te ably 'Supported by Bill 
Miller, Bob Bdww'<te, Tex Limliey. 
Rdaald Davis, and Jay Hardison. 
Cd. Wlllian Mw*, head Of the 
Math 6epartni«lC' will keep aeore. 
Mr. Jojjn Tucker will refreo the 
girtfi pme and tbe.*<<d awch" 
P^ed fcaaca wtt refree the boy.s 
gH^a,> There wilJi be a danre m the 
cafeteria following the ^mef^ " 



The 'Four O's dropped 3 to the 
•Alley Cats'. Jjflgh for the losers 
wsis Troy Davis with a *23W>34 and 
Tony Rlccio for the winning team. 

Tlie FUntston^ took 4 from the 
Sad Sacks. Pete Feist rolled a 203- 
5K for the losers and Roy Bolton 
had a 202-497 high for the winning 
team. 



firemen 4b PoUcemen's Leagae 

Courthouse Service Center won 
3 pts. ovi^r Krauas Conrt. 

Davis Comer F^D. won 4 points 
over Lynnhaven Const. 

Va. Bench No. 3 wcm 3 pts. over 
F.OP. 

Va. Beach Fire Dept. wen 3 pts. 
over Blackwater No. 2. 

C. F. Kadas Co. won 3 pts. over 
Blackwater No. 1. 

Cities Service Oil ■mm. 4 points 
by forfeit. 

I^eaday, JPebniary » 

PiAfall Men's League 

Sports Service tied Golden Dra 
»on.» 

Kelly Supply won 4 points 0\«r 
Stoir Masonry. 

Team No. 5 won 3 points over 
Team No. 6. 

Clark~ Chevrolet won 4 pts. over 
Hfeekins Pontiac. 



Ball * Ckahi Wau* DMhto* 

Hail Team won 3 pfii. ovm Tf^- 

cbier Team. ' 

Doyle Team won 4 polnfi over 
Kadas Team. 

Brochman Team won 3 pto. over 
Burgay Teaim 

AuunUson Team w<m 4 polnta 
ovw Huenerberg Team. 

iiiantivasci Team won 3 points 
over Krause Team. 

Bernard-'Manning Team won 4 
pts, over Longanecker Team. 

Johnson Team won 3 pts. over 
Amburn Team. 



■Ann&y N%ht htOlm 
KeHy's Texaco won 4 pta. over 

The Guzslers. 
Clark Chevrolet wpn 3 pts. over 

"m Live Wiraa. 



N.A.S. OceaMi CiviHan Iiei^^ae 

Crusaders won 4 points over 
Isle of Capri. 

Phantoms won 3 points over 
Skyrays. 

Hellcats won 3 pts. over Thomp- 
aon'4 Amoco. 

Ck)raatrs tied Jets. 
. JQllbert Dunkers won 3 pts. over 
Demons. 

Be-Lo won 3 points over Bill's 
Sunoco. 

Sol WahmMn and Kenny AUai 
both rolled a 564 set. 



Prin<^l8 Aaae Satbnrban 

Alley Cats won 4 polnte over 
O-ooks Builders. 

Hot Polnu won 3i pta. ovw T- 
9quM%s. 

Aerepa won 3 pts. over Bei^ 
Travel Service. 

Anchor Realty won 3 pla. ever 
Mary Jane BteaA. 

Admiraity Motol wmi 3 pta. 
Grumann Tigers. 



N%ht Owl ididlea 

I^auss Const, won 3 pta. over 
Team No. 6. - 

Beauty Box won 3 points over 
Leading Beauty Saton. 

Beach Blvd. Market tied Ir^^ram 
Pharmacy. 



n-ltejr, March 3 

PlirtbMtera 

All^ Cata won 3 ytok over Flo- 
curlers. 

Sio-Balls won 3 points over Ghiy 
Blades. 



Wedaesday, Mtereh 1 

nteoeaa Anae ladles 

Isle of Capri won 4 pts. over 
Aragona Pharmacy. 

Ervln 1%am won 4, pte. over 
Grimstead's Market. 

Team No. 8 won 3 points over 
;^i»Mi Wash. . • 

Buddy's Texaco won 4 pts. over 
Village Inn. 

Rose Vina led these ladies with 1 Beasley's Atlantic 



a 507 set. 



John Radar bowled his usual 
good set of 216-219-^14 to lead the 
Optiinists to a three-pohit gain 
over the Emy Marks. 
■.. y 

Nutr(3to rolled xat^e^&e g^-eat of 
1W4. 6ru(» Fink lead with a 553 
and Fw»n ©"Hop was second wWi 
a 509 to take 3 from the Unknowns. 
Don Schaefer had a 20(>423 h^ 
for the k)sing team. 

.toyee ^k^^ts mA. a new higlr 
for all ttje ladles Leagues by r<rtl- 
4ng a 336-540. Alvin Rodgers rolktf 
a nice 544 but the Courthouse Bm- 
tauTMit attll dn>pped 3 to T. C. Saw- 
yer FvtA <M. Herbert Hogge rolled 
a solid 1«7-184-154 for the winning 



Town & Coaatjr lisdles lieagae 

Allstate Ctonst. won 3 pts. over 
Oceana Beauty Sltoppe. 

Beach Travel Service tied Oce- 
ana Curb Market. 

D. E. Bonney Co. won 3 points 
over Barr'.s Pharmacgr. 

Atlantic Fuel OH won 3 pts, over 
Holsum Bread. 

iMarie's Halrstyllng won 3 pts, 
over Denton's Gifts. 

Betty Mauch had high set iS22, 
she alio rolled her first 200 game. 
206. 



Ilrlday H^^ WxmA 

• Allstate pm. Ca won 4 polios 
over Oceana Drup. 

Borne & Son tied Ting's Rratau- 
»ant. 

Emflhae Ford won 3 pta. o^r 
Team No. 11. 

Woodchoppers won 3 points over 
Team No. 4. 

!MaHx)n Mo«t^ Co. wen 4 points 
over Team No. 14. 

TeoslrMobUe Homes won. 3 pta. 
over Team No. 13. 

Langhorne Ins. won 3 pts. over 

This was a real hot nl|^t for this 
league. Dick Dickens led the way] 
with a fiS6 and a 2m game, which 
makes him a winner of a Thunder- 
bird Trophy. Nice going, Dick. Neil 
Boucher also had a prrtty set, Neil 
roUed a 602 set and a 228. Andy 
Holland had a nice ^1 set and a 
2'M game. 



ninnday, March t 

Oceana Officers Wives 

Cavalier Gara|^ won 4 pts. over 
Bay Island. 
Coaches wofi 3 pts. over Frld- 



M"Studio 
Lights" 

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MA 2-1144 



MwiLLE w^ wim 

>(i IR iniOVEiENf 

The Registered Gt»msey ctairy 
herd owned by Bayvilto Farm». 
Inc., Norfolk, Vir|Jnia, wa« ttiW 
highesl in tM United states in 
Herd finprovement R^istry aver- 
age during 19^ for Guernsey 
lAr^ #Rh ^ wc#<li or more 
nUlffng 0ow» 

Amerii«n Qvmtmt^ Osltle Club 
figures reveal tlatBayvllle FamM, 
Inc. Guernsey Herd last year aver- 
aged 10,2M peunda milk, 4M Ite. 
fat, ^2x M. J&. *Mi 310 aws. 

There were W4 berdi on Ifcrd 
ImprownaM Beftstyy m^ iklry 
HK-d l^ravnMent ^^^tftrv last 
ywr wAi a tMtf of m^ co««. 

In addition to the eomtined 
tfflFl-OHra, The American, Giwm- 
sey Orttle Club also offers Ad- 
vanced Regtstrv testing. 



The Pllntrtonfti 

The Real JA^^ya „__ 

The Four D"s -.., . 

The Otetlmists _„ 

T. C. a»wyer TmA Ott _ 

Glanos -.-- . 

The Pin Pointers 

CourtlMuse Re^atirmit 
Chapman's Auto Uphol. 

Unknowns i„„ _... 

Lads «id Lassies 

The Ei^y Marks 

The UntoiK-hables 

The pikers 

U Name Rs 

The Foursome 

Ptesflnlsts . 

Sad awks 



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When Boff rieods Like Someone Else 




^hxv a tecMf* pr<M«in. la our 
eltM at sdMwl there it this real 
cute hay. Both myseU and this 
ea»r girt like him. I had my 
broker ask if he likes me and he 
Mid. "Yes." My brother adted 
bim if he liked me better ^n 
tilw (rther flrl and he said, "Yes." 
But be stOl winks and smiles and 
ta&s to the other girl as wefl al 
me. I would like to know If I 
•hould ixap him and let the otlicr 
girl have bim or il I shmdd keep 



ttytog to get him. I would Uke 
to have ywa- advice." ~ . -^ 

OUB ADVICE: Belax and en- 
joy your teen years apd quit wor- 
rying about whether rar not this 
boy likes another girl too. 

What would you do? Wrap him 
19 in a bundle and not allow him 
to even speak to other girls? 'He 
said tiiat he liked you "the mo«t" 
—but he did not say that be did 
tttA like the (^er girl too. 

Qmte <^(en, a teenager mil 
"rmn" IU» or her ehancea wUh 



mtmeime tkey Uke by b^g too 

demanding, by expectmg too 
much, or by an obvkfiu di^t^ ^ 
feoUmay. In the inttanee obouit 
it might happen UuU tkt bay 
would toy to himielt, "WM. U 
$he'$ already jealoUM of m« tatt- 
ing to tomeone tlee, and us nei 
even gmng Ueody, mhOt would ^ 
be like if we had beat gm^ mmtdy > 
for a long time? Would U be sa/« 
for me to even tpetUt to someone 
else." 

It is the nature of human be- 
ings to "expand" aa they grow; 
to make new friends, to leara 
more and more about the world in 
which toey Uv«. With tWs in 
mind, we would ask our letter writ- 
er this, question: What kind of a 
world would this be if sqme Kigh 
authority said I wiU allow you 
to have but one friend. You can- 
not have more than that'? 

How difBcult life would be* if. at 
a very early age in life, we had 
to choose thi; one individual and 
shut out all others around us. 

arsat !• Utnm, •» Mi •hMr«»«»» «• 
m>kt. kMrcM ttfl JlUl' Jt^KS? 
AND ABOUT TEENAOBRS, MAVtON- 
AL WEEKLT HEWSMFE* SEBV- 
ICE. FBAMKFOilT. KT. 



T.nr !$rfoRY telliivgs 



oradiahon c^tificatk 

T^n men of the Coast Guard and 
wven men of the 344th Transporta- 
tion Company received certificate* i 
of ^^duation recently, from a 
coui-ae on Ihti DUKW. Major Wil- 
liam M. Rutlwlge, Executive Offi- 
cer of the 10th Transportation Bat- 
. .* ■ talion,< opened the ceremony bjf 
, extending the can^atulatlouf ^ 

the 10th BattalkMi to the mea tor 
- -4*-- their aucce^ful completion of the 
course. 

The ei^ifweek instruction per- 
iod covered the operation, mati^en* 
I ance, cafMibilities and limitations 

of the ain{^iH)ious truck. 

i , Tlie 34Tth Tniiwpattction Coin- 

I , ^ny under the command of CB|>t. 

f" - - - Jack D. VanMeter, was reb-pcmsibte 

I - for the fanning and Instruction 

I which was involved for the coiu-se. 

if "Hie m4n of the Ojast Guard haze 

; - ' " . returned to their regular duty sta- 

'T'"*"'"'^ tions at vwlous Coast Guard comp 

mands on tbe eaitero atmbour^, 

I and the men of the 344th are back 

with their company. 



Lt. in the Infantry. His other tours 
of duty Include Korea. 

He Is a graduate of the Univer- 
sity of Arizona where he earned 
his BA degree In History. The 
Captain has also attended the John 
B. Stetson Univ. of Law. 

Capt. and Mrs. Gordon reside on 
post with their two children. 



P(ADYCB NEW TI NC» ' 

SM-g<eant First Class Murrel Pm*- 
dyce, Jr., has been assigned to the 
Information Services Division as 
the new Troop Information Non- 
0)mmlssioned Officer. Sergeant 
Pordyce was transferred from the 
461st Transportation Company, 
where he served as Training NOO. 

Sfe. Fordyce entered the service 
in 1946 from Kokomo, Ind., and 
has served In Japan and Korea as 
well as several posts in the VS. 

the Sergeant and his wife. Mary, 



reside on post with their two-year- 
old daughter, Cathy: 

SAMUEL A8HUMRS 
COMMAND OF 347tb 

First Lt. Hesker B. Samuel. Jr., 
assumed command of the 347th 
Transportation Company in a, cere- 
mony In the company area recent- 
ly. Capt. VarfMeter, who will as- 
.sume new duties in the Post 0-3 
Section, expresmd bis appreciation 
to the men at the cotnpany for 
their "work in. making .the" imit 
out^anding." ( 

lA. Samuel was assigned to Tort 
Story from the Transportation Of- 
ficers' Basic Course at Ft. Eustis. 
Before going to the 347th, be 
served in the 344th. 56«.h, and 
Seeth Transportation Companies. 
The U. told the men <rf the 347th 
that with the cooperation of all, 
the unit could expect many mcffe 
successes In the future. 



Careful Hdmemaker's Ironing 
Planned to Make Chore Easier 



OFFICERS' WIVES CLUB *» 
HOLD LUNCHEON MEETING 

The Officers' Wives Club at Pt. 
Story will hold their regular liuich- By liOlS M. ERBMAM adjustable ironing boarfi^ 1iJU» 

eon mating at the Officers* iH^my- f AasL HJ). Age»l | knee room. Adjust it so tlMft the 

M^ on March 9rt» at 2 p.ra. ■ __ i Ar* you "too Ured to think" i top clears your lap by one to three I 

wS" Is "^^tl frUteyritg ^'^Z '°'"T" 'rl"" the b^e- '"'^^'' ^^'*'^'- '«" '^^ ^' ^^ 

^ r«ent a bbok-r.view of the .STer'^h^^ll' JS "l^itngTnd ! ;? T'/^^"'" T IT"^ 

Ho,tes=es for the occasion will then her Porting? She doesn't get ^^p board high enough so that you 

b. S^est BremeTMrs S *»rly as Ured since she arninged ; can k.ep an upright posture, iind 



ert MlHlcan, and Mrs. J<Uph Kuka. a handy. Ironing center, adjusted 

her ironing board to tne right 
height and started using better 
'ronlng meth-Hi"?. When ^he's fin- 
\'^f^. she hds plenty of time for 
her thln^. 



CAPT. GORDON PRESENTED 
BI10N?.S STAB MBUAL 

Cap in Marvene A. Gordon. 

Stiff Jiidg Advocate, was rre- 

eited the Bronae Star Medal at 



low enough so that there is no \ 
.strain on your arm or shoulder. \ 
Chno.se a comfortable chair with 
1 'I'ck and a height which will a'- 
i.nv f;et to rest on the floir. If 



Ask yourself the following ques- your Ironing board is not adjust- 



Post Headquarter^ recently by OqI. tions to see If your Ironing habits gble to dtting height, use a stool 



William P. Pope, Command ng Of 
fleer. 4th Tran^wrtatlon Terminal 
Command "XT. 

Captain Gordon, received the 
Award f<w "Meritorious Achieve- 
ment in Ground Operations against 
the enemy In Normandy pn or 
about July K. 1944." while a tttem- 
bM* of the 90th Infantry Division. 
His other decorations include the 
Purple Heart which he received at 
Normandy also, and the Combat 
Infantryman's &dge. 

Capt. Gordon entered the Army 
in 1&41 In tucson, Arizona, as a 
draftee. In 1&43, he graduated from 
Officers' Candidate School a 2nd 



are as good as they might be, 

Can I leave out any part of the 
Job? Fold sheets, towels, socks, etc. 



with a well ponstructed back fOr 
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and leave, them unlroned. Sort feet Posture chairs are excellent, 
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Sleeping prments which *> n«| are helpful. I 

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Iron to see if some strokes and 



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Iron only; don't bear down.' 
PIab Ahead' 

Can I combine parts of the Job? 
Sort clothes as you hang them on 
the line. Straighten collars, cuffs, 
etci," when hangring up garments. 
Take clothes that do not need Iron- 
ing out of dryer as soon as drying 
cycle Is completed to avoid unnec- 
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from line or dryer and fold for 
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Group articles which should be 
ironed at same temrperature. 

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on hamper or chair to your right 
(Irft If you are left-handed) near 
the Ironing board. Place table or 
clothes rack on your other side 
near Ironing board. 

Do I use both hands as much 
as possible? Transfer the Iron^rom 
one hand to the other. Straighten 
the garment with one hand while 
the other is guiding the Iron. 

Do I sit to do, the job? Use an 




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iron In good condition. Use a well 
padded and venilated board. Use 
a cord-minder to hold iron cord 
away from worfe. Use an attachable 
boar for added width. It is excel- 
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Select equlimient that works for 
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Ironing board which can be ad- 
Justed to Btanlng or sitting. Use a 
light weight electric iron with an 
automatic heat regulator. Also, u^ 
light weight baskets or laundry 
cart with swivel castors to help 
you move your clothes from wash- 
er to line, to ironing center, to 
storage i^ace. A rac^ for hanging 
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By SAmm GBOnUH 

The strains of the music floating 
Into the dt*n from the living room 
piano were dulcet, Indeed— "Indi- 
ana," "My Blue Heaven," "Caro- 
lina Moan," "StarduRt." 

The guwt was a newspaper »- 
porter; the pooch anuggUng at Wa 
feet was j^rt «n>l'* «"*! part any- 
iKxIyh guess; the sleek, grey torn- 
^t in tbi? newsman's lap was Mal- 
jtese, the softly purring type, 
r Atirt the acwmpHxhed musician 
at the kevljoard? Why, it was H. 
T. (Pic) Garrison, naturally. Why 
lihouldn't the owner and operator 
of one of Tidewater's* flosnlest 
cleaning establi»ihment» be a tune- f 
[fill virtuoao m his spare time? 
i It'M The Army! 

M the .11 St Street Cleaner* plant, 

acroiiis fro«i the Colonial Store on 

[that thoroughfare, the hissing of 

' steam and clomfrfng of pressing 

j machines bring a cacophony of 

I sfiund which la leis melodious hut 

fha.H the advantage o{ making the 

i cafh drawer ring In happy fashion. 

Pic has parlayed his experiences 

as a soda jerker. employe of N'oif- 

; folk cleaning and laundry firms 

■ and, Army menu sergeant Into a 




• The Garrisons at Work 

Anyone ever In any anny knows ^ of events which can happen only 
that coeks have it pretty good and ' In . Uncle Sam's army. Garrison 
Private Garrison knew if as well ' woke up one morning to discover 
as the next one. After eight weeks ! that he had iMKome first sergeant 



thriving buMlness which upeclallzes i at the cookf and liakers school, i of a .VllUtary Police company. 



in quality work. j stripes t.)egan to appear on the new 

Along with his wife, the former t cooks sleev« and he was on his 
Uuth Norlonen, who is the plant's way. 



'inspector general" of all French 
cleaned women's garments. Garri- 
son was wondering recently ahovit 
where he might be now if he had 
Twt been ass^^ned to K.P. duty at 
Port Meade one time In the Spring 

of 1941. 

HiK field artillery JJ>fi«& .sergeant 
In the 2»th -Division watched the 
young private going about Ua 
kitchen duties that day and de- 
cided Pic tooked like a soldier who 
knew how to cook. 



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This ex-soldler hastens to report 
that it h exceedingly difficult to 
interview a mu.sical cook who has 
gone over the hill to Ui»^^anlng 
and dyeing business, I 

From time to time, the pianist 
would move to the organ in the 
next roorti of his Bay Colony home 
and give oiit %vith such nostalgic 
standby numbers a-s "Tenne.ssee 
Waltz.'"" "Girl of <My , Dreams." 
"Missouri Waltz" or "Show iMe 
The Way To Go Home"— thereby 
forcing the reporter to wrench 
himself beck to the job on hand. 
*F»II of Mu*l« 

If it wa.Wt the organ or platHi, 
it was the stereo sound equipment, 
which Oawlson Installed himself, 
^'wlhlng the house with Fats Wal- 
ler jaia or even more ancient rag- 
time. But, back to work» 

All company commanders love 
cooks. U they don't love their cook | 
they get another one pretty fast, j 
One of Pic's officers was like thalj 
and when he was transferred toi 
Camp Picket from A. P. Hill it was 
soon arranged for Pic to tag along. . 
one of those strange scries j 



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U you eim't find just ^dut you want r^t around imam 
and jm^re going ^^out-of-town^' to do your shopj^bi^ for 
Eartar, read why Norfolk is the best place to go! 

Thenh a fMa adectum in Norfolk'i attnctin «ores. TTjere are iiK»e than 200 apparel «ores — 2000 
fcttU aitiUM»aa«it8 all oSmag a variety that will enable you to find exactly what joa vmnt. 

Mten 1m HatfeXk Mnai are dowii4o>«utii! La^r rohmt and quidk tomovpr iman len averhead and 

i* h^--— ^priee ]pe» pi^, aODQoastal^uHi seaftle. ' 



But, as the bemu.se<» top kick 
figured, "It is not for us tn reason 
why." He knew he wouldn't get 
rich in the army hut he could see 
that tliere were some good features 
in, enforced service. Officers also 
love first sergeants or they ... 
well, next thing Garrison's brftes 
decided was that he should be, 
manager of the officers club. 
Httrpliis Mergt^Bt 

Pic had put in nearly 40 months 
at these things when llie anny de- 
cided that there were too many 
first sergeants on the premises and 
that l\e should be sent to Camp 
Hood. ■ 

The' Texas post did not enthuse 
Sergeant Garrison, there was art 
avowed surplus of top kicks and 
only one Pic to manage the offi- i 
cers club. The president of tlud* 
organization did what had to be | 
done, like this; | 

"First j^ai-geant Howard T. Gar-} 
rison Is herein' and forthwith de- 
mote<l to the rank of private, j 
Private Howard T. Garrison is Im-j 
mediately promoted to staff ser-j 
geant and shall continue his duties 
as manager, officers club." ^ j 

Maybe the army didn't my Itj 
that way, but that's what tt meant i 
and there it Jitood ^jfltil Pic came 
home on leave to visit his lovely j 
wife. Here lie literally bumped In- ( 
to a former bunkraate who had ! 
become a second lieutenant and t 
M. 8. commander at Fort Story. ' 

Nobody claims to know how ; 
these things happfen, but right off , 
the bat Pic was transferred and > 
the la.st 18- months of his ao-month 
total were served a mile from 
home. 

' Garrison's parents, whose folks 
have "been in Princess Anne Coun- 
ty for .wme SOOj'^rs, moved from 
the Sigma community to Virginia 
Beach when Pic was one-year-old. 
After gi-ade school heie, he rode 
the old Pacific Avenue trolley to 
C^eana High School and worked' 
most of his spare time at Barr's 
Pharmacy and various grocery 
stores. 

After school, he liegan learning 
the rudiments of the techniques 
which would bring him eventually 
to his present prosperous hu.si- 
ness. After nine years with a Nor- i 
folk cleanirtg convpany. he operated i 
a small grill for a short time and : 
then joined the staff of Snow j 
White Lflimdry — and that's how he ; 
met his bride-to-be. j 

As routeman and sales manager, 1 
Garrison was calling at homes all I 
oX'erVlrghTlff ^artnand Ruth wail 
a visitor in one of them. They ! 
were married Sept. 7. 1941, and : 
have three children: 

Joanne is IRand attends Norfolk , 
William & Miry; Toddy, 16. is a| 
junior at Virginia Beach High i 
School and Howard Jr., »,* studies i 
at W. T. Cooke. j 

Always Into TlitBga j 

Pick's father, Leonard Thaddeus. ■ 
was a career Coast Guardsman and | 
it was while he was stationed at j 
the Virginia Beach rescue post that j 
young Garrl.son was given "his odd ' 
nickname. ; 

The lad was labeled "Peck'.< I 
Bad Bov" bv his father's mates 



because he "was always Into e^'ery- 
thing." Tlrat so«m simplified to 
"Peck" and then tb "Pic". 

Garrison's o^Hher, the former 
Lettuce !x)rraine Smith of Princess 
Anne Countv, lU«es an active life at 
her home on 23rd Street. -At H2 the 
senior Mrs. Garrison Is hale and 
hearty and does housekeeping 
chores with a younger sister and 
a cousin, wlHJ share the residence. 

Mrs. Pic is the daughter of a 
Lutheran minister who Immlgrat- 
ed from Finland to .Massachu.-ietts 
In his early years. The demand 
for Finni.sh" language preachers 
being understandably 1 1 m 1 1 f d 
around the Worcester aiea, and 
Nortonen entered other fields of 
endeavor and now lives in retire- 
ment in one cf thaj city's suburbs. 
lime Ik Important 

"Time." Ganisi>n .-iays. "is the 
essence- of the kind of quality 
cleaning we do here. Grandma 
kept girndpa looking mighty neat 
without all this new-fangled ma- 
chinery, and she did it by hamt— 
Just as we do. She look hct- time 
alwut it .Iwcause she had 'to--and 
we do tWat here also." 

Thlrtv - flJ'st Stwet Cleaners, 
which Garrison bought In n>-'»4, 
shuns large commercial assign- 
ments In favor of the peisonal ap- 
proacl) U> their nearly '2.«X» custp- 
tners. 

"We do fast cleaning when we 
are asked to," Garri«3n sighs, "but 
Jt Is not ehe^roper way bt treat 
a j^rment" 

For speed the Garri.>»ons prefer 
their new Gla.sspar 16-foot cruiser 
which Is in the garage and waiting 
to slip into the lake tehind the 
house when the weather gets right. 

Pic expects that to be about the 
time he returns from Virginia. 
Beach Hospital, where he will be 
a patient for another week follow- 
ing an operation performed on 
Monday. 



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Two Engineers Pramoteif by Ferry Company 



lltrlne EhgiBeerar PranUte J. 
Bolote and Charles R. ft»yner have 
l»«n prmtiotcd to higher poihton* 
with the Uttle Crefic Ferrlea dl- 
vision of the CheaaiJeake Bay 
Bridge and Tunnel DIttrtct, !t wa* 
announced today. 



The^ announcement came fpwn 
Nolan 'C. Chandler, feneral man* 
agep of the ferrleB. 

Chandler said Belote Ifea been 
aavance<l from port engineer to 
marine miperlntendent. He will be 
in charge of all operating functtona 



LUSTRE-LINK FENCES 
UNFAIR TO DOGS! 





(They keep us Out of 
People's Yards) 

Protect your lawn and garden from neighborhood 
pets with a Liittre4ink pMicel They add so much to 
the beauty of your property, too! Call for a FREE 
BTIMATE. 

divinized after weaving. Rust<ausing moisture is 
sealed out . . . assuring long trouble*free life. 

NO MONEY DOWN - U MONTHS TO PAYI 
FORLIMUTEDItMEONIYI 

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Price includes wire, top rall/llne posts and all fittings. 
End posts and gates extra. 

JOHN R. PRIVETTE 

YOUR LUSTRE4.INK DEALER 

DIAL GA 8-7268 

7-|6A.M.-4:30-7PJA. 






of the seven buy at^unew nf^l^ 
^ betm»en Klp^q>eke and littte 

Poyner, formerly peiwjnnel nain- 
ager for the ferrlea, mqves up to 
Port Bngineer. a position held By 
Belote alnce IWfi. 

Belote, 1)8. has been emplc^yed 
with the ferrtes since their »tart 
In 1»M. Pwner, 37, joined the fer- 
ries in 1947. Both hold chSe< engi- 
neer's licenses for Meam and mo- 
tor Veasela of any hdrsepower. 

Bekne was born In JameBvllle, 
Va., and attended school In North- 
ampton County. He la a member 
of Bvwgreen Masonic Lodge, Cape 
Chjfirles. He Is married to the for- 
mer a«nev« Byrd <Jf Wachaprea- 
gUe.They haVe one daughter, Gen- 
eva, a freshman at .the College of 
William and Mary In Williams- 
burg. The family lives In Norfolk. 

Poyner, a Norfolk County native 
Is a graduate of Deep Creek High 
School and U^ \i&, Marltlnw 
Service officer'a training school at 
New Lomton. Conn. He and his 
wife, the formes Grace Sykes of 
Portsmouth, and their l4-yeaT-old 
son live In Hickory. 

Poyner la a member of Great 
Bridge Masonic Lwlge 257, Norfolk 
Conslstojy Scottish Rite Khedive 
Temple, Walleston Rurllan Club 
and' the Oood Hope Methodist 
Church. 

GOLDEN YEAHS CLUB 
MEETS THIS MORNING 

The Golden Yeare Club of Vir- 
ginia Beach will meet at 11 o'clock 
on Thursday, March 9th, at the 
First Presbvterian Church. 

At the last meeting offlcei-s were 
InstftUed by Mr. Paul Von^racek 
Asst. Minister of the Chtnxh. (Kfl- 
cers were Mr. J. C. Haskett, Presi- 
dent; Mr. Chiles A, Nagle, Vlce- 
presideM; JCm^ Georje Bratt«i, 
i-ec. secretary; Mrs. A. R. Walton, 
treasurer; Mrs. Elizabeth Mllhol- 
land, corresponding secretary; 
Mrs. Lillian Jarratt, society activi- 
ties Chairman, and Mi-s. A. Otis 
Paiker, publicity chairnran. 

At each meeting there is good 
fellowship, crafta and games are 
enjoyed. Each one brings a sand- 
wich and coffee and tea with des- 
sert Is furnished for lunch. 

Contact M-r. J. C. Haskett at 
GA S-47o7 for further Information. 

The Club Is undenominational 
and for thc^e in the Golden Years 
6f life. fifi 



Exhibits by County 4-H Clubs 
Have Part in Nationai Ceiebration 



Live— Serve Through 4-H— la the 
theme of Nationai 4-H Week which 
ends ^turday. Clubs have been 
staging many activities and will 
hold others before the week Is out. 

The Bayslde - Community Club 
has placed posters In various 
stores and places of business. 

Courthouse School Club has a 
bulletin board display on the ac- 
tivltles it has engaged In during 
the year. Theae Include camp, pro- 
ject meetings, share-lhe-fun, pub- 
lic speaking and welfaro activities. 
The members remembered their 
principal, Mrs. Ruth Cole, when 
she was in tlie hospital. They also 
assisted families at Christmas. 
Contributing to the March of 
Dimes, carrying mag^zlnee to the 
jail and nursing htiines and have 
served in other ways their com- 
munity. 

Coyrthouae Community Club has 
an exhibit In Penny's at Janaf. 
This exhibit ahowa many U)ln^ to 



be considered in keeping the home 
safe. Points stressed in the safety 
project and in the exhibit on fire 
safety are the screening of open 
fireplaces, use of ash trays, not 
smoking in bed and no inflamm- 
able liquids Mored in the house. 

The Linkhorn Park 441 Club had 
an .exhibit of several poatera on 
safety, their club project. 

Other clubs In the area are Ara- 
gona 5th and 6th, AragcKia 7th, 
Bayslde 5th and 8th, Bayalde 7th 
and 8th, Creeds, Kempsvllle Mea- 
dows Stfi and 7th, Kempaville 
Meadows 8th, Kempsville Jr. High, 
Salem Road Community, Sbetton 
Park 5th and 6th, Shelton Park 
7th, Thoroughgood 6th, Thorough- 
gbod 7th, Thalia, Woodstock, tha- 
lia Community — all will sponsor 
many activities arrd will be adver- 
tising their 4-H Club and individual 
work by ekhlblU, taUts and nieet- 
ings. J . 



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6K)0-6:S0 a-m.— Continental Cl»»- 
room; "Modem ChemUtry" 

6-.3O-7rf)0 a.m.— Continental Cr»». 
room; "Contemporary Math" 

10:30-11^)0 a.ra». — "Play Your 
Hunch"; Merv Qrlffln. 

11:00-11:30 a.m^— "Tlie Prioe U 
Rll^t"; Bill Cullen. 

l2ao-12:55 p.m.— "It Could Be 
You"; Bill Leyden. 

2:00-2:30 p.m.— "The J«n Murray 
Show". • 

Sanday 

6:00-6:*) p.m.— "Meet The Pi«aa" 

7«0-S:00 p.m. — "The Shirley 

FIRE CALLS 

Feb. 26 — 6S7 p.m., eletftrical 
short circuit; ,3l8t and Atl. ave. 

Feb. 27— 11rl5 aJn., grass; 400 
bik. 17th St. 

Feb. 27—12^ pjn., miscellan- 
(tous; 400 blk. ISth SH. 

Feb. 27—2:07 p".m., automobile; 
35th and Ocean Ft. . '. 

Feb. 27—2:16 p4U., fOylK ^th ft 
Holly m. ' 

Feb. 28—12:08 pjn., Inhalator;, 
34th and Atlantic avenue. 

(March 4—12.^ p.m., woods; fldO 
Delaware Ave. 

iMarch 5—6.30 p.m., house; 3l8t 
and Atlantic avenue. 

March 5— 10:{HS p.m.. graas; 100 
N. Dogwood Road. 



Temple Show" ' . 

9:00-10.-00 p.m. — "The Dinah 
Shore Chevy Show" 



VIrginta B««^ SUN-NEWS 
Thursday, AAarch 9, 1961 
Page 3-B 

4-11 Announces 
Fun Program 
Class Winners 

Four-M members have fun in 
4-H along wtth their project work 
and varloua other activities. The 
4-H Share-the-Fun Program, which 
is a part of the recreation and 
ural art activity, la designed to 
help 441 memlwrs have fun, de- 
velop their talents, and share their 
fun with pthers. The program Is 
conducted on club, ccmniy, and 
state levels 

The objAtlvea are to provide an 
opportunity to develop talent; de- 
velop an appreciation of talent; 
develop leadership and confidence 
and to provide an opportunity for 
wholesome recreation. 

Recent "wlnnens were: 

General Acta: Irt place, Itenna 
Clarke, Patsy- Davenport • "1 Get 
Along Without You Very Weir- 
Kempsville Meadows 8th; 2nd place 
Thalia Community Club— "(So You 
Thiirtt You've Got Troubles"; 3rd 
place— iMlke Grisaom, Shelton Park 
School. 



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The Witptm Beach 

SUN -NEWS 

3106 PACIFIC AVE. DIAL SA 8^^84(11 



Wedaeaday 

8:30-9SK) p^. — "The Pylce li 
Right": Bill Cullen. 

9.00-10:0& p.m.— "Perry Como's 
Kraft Music Hall". 



Thnrsdajr 

9:^10*0 p.m. — "The Ford 
Show"; Tennessee Ernie Ford. 
Friday *• 

9:00-10:00 p.m.— "The Bell Tele- 
phone Hour" (Alternating w,m 
"Sing Along With Mltch"K 
Satvrday 

10:00-10:») ajn. — "The Shai 
Lewis Show" 

I0.-30-ll:00 a.m.— *K!ng Leonat 
do and His Smart Subjects 

730-8:30 pjn.— "Bonanza" 

10:30- 12:00 a.m. — "The Big 
Movie". 



Dance: Ist place — 'Frances Sal- 
mon, Tap Dance, Linkhorn ftirk 
Club: 2nd place — Gail Ward. Me- 
lanle Smith, Baton. W^oodatock 
School Club; 3rd place — Janice 
^rnes, Toe Dance, "nialla School 
Cl^b. 

Instrumental— 1st, Ann Buffings 
ton, piano. Courthouse Junior Club; 
2nd — Charles Rudlcell and -Ray 
Thomas, Kempsville Meadows eth 
and 7th; 3rd — Sharon Storte, clar- 
inet, Thalia Community Club. 

Vocal— Ist— *Rk:hard Joyce, "Car- 
olina In The Morning", Courthouse 
Junior Club; 2nd. Unda Hicks, 
"He's QiA The Whole World In Hla 
Hand'*. Aragona 5th and eth; 3pd, 
Ricky Land, Swing on A Star -— 
Courthouse Juntor Club. 



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homes. For,^ wok and more people are 
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Electric H^t And tib^re tewning, too, 
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BLSCTRIC HEATING from a Heat Pump 
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uajally from a new Qui<^-Recovafy 
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Thursday, March 9, 1961 
Page 4-B 



OtY OP yiRGINIA BfACH 



Ikv. Jttebard G. Salter, Partor 

Study GA 8-7137 
SUNDAY 

9:45 Aipi. — Sunday Schooi 
11:00 A.M.— Worship 5«rvlc* 

Tiursery Open 
(Servico Held to CooJte gchooij 
IStto s^ between Arctic and 
Mediterranean 
SUNDAY EVENING 
&») P.M.— BTU aU agea 
im P.M.--Ev«ning Worship 
8:15 P.M.— Clrolr Practice 
WEDNESDAY EVENING 
«:30 P.I1.— Officers and teachera 

meeting* , 
rao P.M.— Prayer Service* 
rHURSDAY EVENING* 
.'«o P.M.— Vlsiuuon Program* "^ 

♦Meeting In VFW Hail, West m^ 
at I'iib °'"^ I iiiiliii 

Wltli BeaclUawn 



Kvang^iioal 

LVTHKRAN CHURCH 
Of the Good Shepherd 

AUantlc and IStti Street 

Rev. John D. Keister, Mbdater 

Mr. Montford Hineline, Ch. Sebool 

Superintendent 

ICr. W. McKnfght. Anl^ Supt p 

8:45 ajn.— C h u r c h School and 

Adult Bible Classes. 
11:00 *jn.— Morning Worship 

(Nursery for sinall children.) 
6-M p.m.— Young People's Luther 

League 
SflO p.m-— Prayer and Study 
Group. 

Finn 
BAPTIST CUVRCH 

85tb Street and Arctic Avenu* 

H. Wadell Waters, I^tor 
9-M a.m. — Sunday Schocd. 
ftrOO a.m, — Morning Worship 
6:45 p.m. — Training Union. 
fcOO p.m. — Evenli^ Worship. 
IFedBesdajr 
&00 ^.m.— -Prayee Tim*; 



St. OMB OOBrt C AfMOMO 

R«v. Danlaa Abbatteehlo, OAB. 

Messes are held at James Barry 
Roblason Chapel on KanaiMvUlc 
Rd., 730, 9:30. llflO, 12:15. 

Ccmfeaslona an <m Saturdaiy, 







wmaft 

PBISBTTERIAN rHURCHB 

Paciflc Avenue at 36th Street 
Hearf G. Morgaa 
J. INal Vo^imetk ' 



Star of the Sea 
CAIHULIC X^UL'BCH 

tt add Arctic Circle 

Uabets, Paator Sindar 

/later. &00, 8:3o' 8:« Morning Worship 
9:45 Church School 
11:00 Morning Worship 
7:00 Youth fellowships 
Taesdajr 
7.^^. 9-M aja. and 8:30 1 1030 Prayer Band 

! WOMEN OF THE CHURCH 
4:00 to &.-00 and 7:00 Third Monday — July and August 
pJO. Satui^M < . il0'30 Circle Meetings _ « > 
y Mms, & a.m. |I1*0. General Meeting ^ ^^ 

Name Meeting - Moflthly, > 




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ih thri^ ^l.«hnr 

^m, 9m. 11:00 a.m.j 



FlrsOVednesday, 7:30 pjn. 

Kalgbta st Columbuii MeeUag-Fimt 

l/jmd'Thlrd Wednesday, »:U0 p.m. 

BRm«t*^lii;taSodaiity - ThursOay 

Bapti4iPiSufid^ l;Oi f^L or by 

ap^ointmeiit 
MuU ^trttfittoa Class • Tuesdaya 

TJM pan. 
Datechlsm Class for Children - iOsOO 

(o 11.-UU Saturday AJd. 



6A],uye£ i<;ri!M;orAL church 

^ih and f autic— GA ii-ao(3 

the Rev. ludjniuid Bel-keley, Rector 

The Rev, mmmUuA C. Bach, 

AsalstaiU Recttu: 

Mr. i. OoiNctatt HJtitard, 

luperiniendeni of Sunday school' ll-^O a-m.'-Childreh's Church 



BRACE BRGTHRKN CHURCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arrlngton, Pastor 
». *» , It '*»l*!«1. Jfaers 
Stiaaay SH^dirSui^ntendent 
9flO A,M.-»^aAday SchooL 
JfflO A.M.— Worship Service 
7:r« P.M.— Evenltig Service. 
Wednesday 7:30 — Mid-Week Prayer 
Service. 

ViS^Btnla lieacik 
<X>MM» NlTY CHAPEL 

Laskin Road, I^lnkhorn Bay ' 
Rev, RIcbard Woodward, Paator 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m.^ — Morning Worship 



cavBca 09 casmt 

Oceaaa 

Now tneetiag in London Bridge, on 
Virginia Beach Bird., one block 
past stop light, 

WAii<mR M. UttLTOM. mml0tm 
OA $4316 
10K)0 a.m.— Bible Study 
U.-OO ajn.— Morning mjr^tta 
7J0 pjn.-xEventng WonAlp 
7:30 p.m.— WednewUy— ICld-veek 
Bible stu(!^. 

MOimT QhW^ 

BAPTIST CaVROi 

REV. T. M. WALKBR. I^Mtor 

W. U. Morgan, Church School 

Superintendent 
0:30 a.m.— Church School 
11. -00 a jn.— Morning Worshf|> 
730 pjn.— Evenhig Worship 

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METVOBmr CHUBCB 

Prineess Anna. Vii^(lnia 
Arthor W. Aywra, PMter - 

D. Murray Ualbon 
Church School Superintendent 
10:15 a jn.— Church School 
11:15 ajta.— Morning WordUp 

TaberBa <de 
KETH0D1»T * CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virsinla 
Rev. LeRoy Davis, MteMer 

H. R.' Meredith 
Church School Superinftndent 
9:45 a.m.— Church SchooL 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Wor^p 
7:00 p.K.— Methodist Touth Fel- 
lowship. 
W.S.C.S. let Wedn«day following 
3rd Sunday, Methodist Men's Club 
lat Monday of each Month 7:30 pan. 



^QJiOiraRlP BAPTDT CaERTWa 

419 Ofenrock Road. Norfolk 2, Va. 
^v. C^arlra T. HeMrMu, nmt» 

Vernon S. i1.pUn, Churdh School 

Supertnteiident 
9:45 a.m.— Churtih School. 
11:00 ajn.— Morning Worship, 
7^ p.m.— Evening Worship, 
TM p.m. Wednesday — n-ayer 
Services. 




IiYlflfRAtBif dOLOITf CHAPEL 

Great Neck Road near Shore Dr. 
Bey. Sam Neboa, Pastor 
Ted White , 
Suada^ School SuperlnUrident 
9:46 a.m.-^unday School. 
IMS a.m.— Mornie^ W<Hvhip. 
8:00 pjm. Wedneuiay — Prayer 
%liN>ttnt 



BKECH GROVE 
MSTHOD^r CHURCH 

t Princess Anne 

Roger C. Hayder, Pastor 

Herman .McClanan, Church S^.hoel 
j Stiperintendent 

10:00 A.M.— Church School 
ll.K» A.M.— Morning Worship— 



■ArGOOt) itBIRIMAL 
NEBmODmt CHURCH 

a A. Mccormick, jtb, rtmtmt 

S. B. Goode, .Sunday School Supt. 

9.-00 a.m.— Morning Worship N 
10:00 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 

7:00 p.m.— Youth Fellowship 

THALIA LVNN BAPTIST 

CHURCH 
(Meetiag la Priaceas Aaae 
Uki| 8cho(4) 
SUMDAT SERVICBS 
9:30 A.M.— Sunday School . 
ll.DO A.M.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 PJH.— Training Union. 
V. T. Elliott, director. 
7:45 P.M.— Evening Worship. 
WSDNBSDAY 8EBVICB9 
la Thalia Lyaa Hall 
7.-00 P.M.— Of fleers and 

Teachers Meet. 
8:00 P.M.— Prayer Service 
8:45 PJf^Adult Choir Rehearsal 



KAJiA GBuma OP camsT 

BMk Bay, Va. 

Howard tfontti, to^iy tebool 

StianrtBteaiMrt 
lO.-OO a,Bl.-~^diy SchooL 
um a.m.— Wondiip aad Lord'c 

Sujmr. 
7:00 p.ffi,^tu^ of Hmt. 
Veuth Oroop (Oltewi) B»et lit 
tJui S^ ThuriKlay aigbta. 

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MBTHODBT OBUBCB 

UtUe Nc<^ Bmi 

BMW. HBNRT T. LOGOIOll, 

Pai^ir 

PhoiM Vt, 54615 
Ira Carter, Church School Su^ 
9:45 a jn.— Church' Schbol 

11.-00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
5-.80 p jn.--youth FeUowihlp 
»m pjn.— Ist Wed.,. Official Board 

Holy Cc»nmuai(m OnA Sunday of 

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ca«.h month. 



Rev. 



8:t)0— Holy Communion ♦ 

9:15— Family Service tnd Church 
Schoui (H.C. on 4Ui Sunday 
bl the month) 

lltLS — Morning prayer and sermon 
Nursery (U.C, on 1st Sun- 
day of the month) 
Xhursdaya 

IhOO— Aoiy Communion (chapel) 

10:^)— LayiQg on of Hands for the 
ack 



7:30 p.m — Evening Service. 
«:30 p.m.— Youth Service. 
7:30 p.m. Wednesday — Prayer 
Bible Study. ' 



' rQaaker) 

FBISMIM MBJBTIKG 
LASKllf RD. 

ft45 AJt<-~Sunday SchooL 
tliOO A.M — Mee.ing for Mornlnf 
WorslUp. 

caRIOTIAS~8CIEM6B . 
8«:«T¥ 
'. SW - »Hh Street 

9:30 a^.— Sunday School 
11. "00 ajn. —Church Service, 
iiao ain.— Nursery Service. 

8«0 p4n.--Wednesday Meeting.' 
All^Are Cordially W^elcome 



Virgtnta Beach Methodist Charcb 

tStli Stt'eet B«ar AUaatlc Ave. 

Rev. Charles O. Kidd, Pastor 

WlllfaBi T. Kiligrove, 

Ma^e Director 

Aabrey N. Holmes, 

Chnreh 'School SaperinteDdeat 

8l45 A. M.— Church School , 

All Age Groups ' 

11«) A M.— Worship Servl* 

Nursery 
630 P. M.— Older touth 
Fellowship 



CHRIST PRESBTTERIAM 
CHURCH 

Baysidc Road and Aragona dvd. 

Herbert Damstrey, laterim nutor 

Ray Joaes, Charch School Sapt. 

10:00 A.M.— Worship Service 
9^ & 11:00 A.M.— Church School 
TxX) P.M.— Pioneer Fellowship 
730 P.M.— Senior High Fellowship ' KBTHBL METHODIST CHURCH 

f — — • ■ 



iKEEWlLL BAPTIST 

Coarthoase Elemeatary School 

Rev. mily Gardaer, Pastor 

Paal Seaaedy, Saaday School 8a|^ 

9:45 A.M.— Sunday SchooL 
11:00 A.M.— Church Service. 
8K)0 P.M.i— Evangelistic Service. 
a-00 P.M.— Thursday Prayer lfe^ 
tii». 

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THAMA MDJ^HODSn' CHURCH 
Plaa St., aad Va. Beach Blvd. 

Church Office Phone GYpsy 7-3462 
REV. B J. GARRETT, Pntor 

Phone. GYpsy 7-0438 
_ Mrs. Jamai E. Pllley, Church 
School Superintendent 
9:45 ajn.— Church School 
11:00 ajn,— Morning Worship 
6:M pjn.— Intermediate M.YJ". 
7:00 pjn.— Senior M.Y.F. 
im p.m.— Thursday, Junior Choir 
8O0p.m. — ^Thursday, Senior Choir 
8S0p.m.— 2nd Wednesday. WSCS 
630 pjn.— 3rd Tuesday, Men's Club 



(Dak Grove 
BAPnsrCBUBCT 

Back Bay, Vli^^la 
R. Bi^eaa Arrt^^tott, nater 
Fkgfd Tiytof, 
Cliurch School Superintendent 
9:45 a.m.— CSiurch SchooL 
M.-OO a.m.— Uoraing Wta'^hte. 
8:00 pjn.— Evening Woniuj^ 
7.'45 pjn.— Weda«day — Pnywr 
aad study period. 



laniAN UBL l ^aCOPAL 
CHUBCB 

311 Bowman Rd., Itorftdk 2, Va. 
Rev. C!hat1» R. MeGta^^, Rect<M> 
Br. Dovlas E. Greeawood a»4 
Itotwtt £b Lewis, Charch SAoti 

• tt^eriateadraia 
9:15 ajB.— Family service aad 

SerinoB. 
9:45 a.m— Church School 
y:15 ajn.--M<u'nlng Prayer and 

Sermon. Holy Commun- 
ion, 1st Sunday. 



C eaiBiai ^ 
meTHODIST CHURCH 

Acredaie — Kempsvllle 
Rev. A. P. Rofch, PMtor 

Francis I^xton, 
Oiurch School Superintendent 
9:45 ajn.— Church School. 
11:00 ajn.— Morning Worship, 
lao p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 




Peatecostal 
CHURCH OP CHRIST 

' 15th Street and Baltic Avenue 

Norman I>avi«, Pastor 
Bamett Fergaidn, Sunday School 

Superintendent. 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. .^ 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 p.m. — P.A. Service, 
7:M p.m.-^EvangelIstlc Let .rice 
Mid-week service, 73() pjn. Wed' 
nesday. 



Scott Hemarial 
METHODHiT CHURCH 

Great Neck Road, Oceana, Va. 
Rev. Lee H. Richcreek, Paator 

Irvln Bvani 
Church School Superintendeat 
9:45 ajn.— Church Schoo? 
■11K)0 a.ra.— Morning Worship 
730 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 
7:a) p.m. Saturday — Int. Fiwshp. 
(Nur«ery for all morning, services) 



-,r . Creeda 

lt^|«i^ tX Smfttk, Pastor 
L. R. Dfiioa, Charch School Sapt 

10.-00 A.M.— Morning Worship 
11.-00 A.M.— Church School 



MHINGMUSCUS 

Quickly i^eve tired, «}re, aching 
ffisUK^ wWl StANBACK Pow- 
dftw m TabJcU. STAN BACK'S 

S. A. <Syasr,gi-tic Action) brings 
faf le:, more complete relief from 
f;-'~ Hemjmber . . . Snap back 



TEMPLE BMAIIUBL 

2Sth and Baltic, Virginia Beach 
Phflip Rahiaowlta. RabM 

Morton Itonlck, Religious 

Schools Superintendent 
?:30 AJd.— Services Mon.-FrL 
9.O0 A.M.— Services Sat. 
8,<30 AJiL — Services Sun. 
Sm P.M.— -Fftday ftvenlhg 
Worship 



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WUHAVETOTRfrT 
TO BQJEVE ITI 

ILVE tlAlE 



CHURCH OF GOD 

620 14th Street 
Jack W. Ummons, Paator 

Claude McGulre, 
Sunday School Superlntemfent 
10^ A.M.— Church School 
11:00 A.M.— Evening Worship 
730 P.M.— Evening Worship 
?30 P.M. Thursday ^ Y.P.E. 
730 P.M. Tuesday — "Tmyer Se^ 
vice; 



PRANCBi ASBURT 
METHdDBST CHURCH 

Meeting in the John B. Dey School 
Great Neck Road 
E. J. Taylor, nutor 
Lee M. Myers, 
Church School Superlntendant 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
(Nursery for pre«;ho<fl aged chil- 
dren.) 

BIBLB BAPT^T CarUROi 

BayiMe, ^^vftala 

Gi^MBweli Boad A I^Aertew Or. 

Rev. Davtd Moore, Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.mv— Morning Worship 
7:45 p,m.— Evening Worship 
7:45 pjn. — Wednesday evening 
prayer MTvlw " 



PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY 



KING« GRA.\T 

BAPTIOT CH.tPI'lL 

Uttte Neck Road 

Lyanhaven, Va. 

*Hev. ift. E. Richards, Jr., Pastor 
10K)0 a.m.— 6unday School 
IIKK) a.m. — Morning Worship 




fITI AU tiUiTTt RAZORS 



LTNNHAVBN 
PBESRVTOatlAW CHU BCH — 

Lyanhaven Village 
Rev. Raymosd C. Plittoa, Pas4w 

Qrover S«|nden, Church «k;hool 

Superintendent. 
10:00 ajn.— Church School. 
11:00 am — Morning Worship. 

BM p.m. — Youth Fellowship. 

830 p.m.— Pioneer Fellowship. 

730 p.m.Evening Worship. 







DIAMOND SPBINOS 
CMRKSTIAN CHURCH 

Disciples df Christ 

6700 W. Haden Road 

Near Little Creek Perry 

Joha W. f<33ka»om. Pastor 

8:4{f ajn.— Church SchooL with 

classes for all a^s. 
10.-00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 p.m.— Chi Rho Fellowship. 
7.-00 p.m.— Christian YouUj Pel- 
lOWiMp. 

OCEAN PARKCBAnEli 

Du Pont CHrele, Ba^i^ V«. 
C. Phl^'nuuMr. n^or 

9:45 a.m.— Bible SchooL 
11^ am.— Morning Worship. 
B.30 p.m.— Youth Time. 
7:M p.m. — Family Nlgbt Service. 
10:% a.m. Tunday — Women's 

Prayer Group. 
7:M p.m. Wednesday — Bible 
Study and Priiyer. 

M. MABk AMAcsamxm 

(X^eaaa, Va, 
Rev. n. P. Peltoa, Pm^ 

R. L. Gopden, Sunday Sch<»l Supt, 
930 aJn.— Sunday Schwl. 
11.00 a.m.— Worship 5ervi<». 



Ea etta hJ aad 

MsnroDisT CHum^H 

Knotta Island, N.C. 
Jaaiea B. Hodgea, Mlalstor 
B. H. Beasley, Sunday School Supt. 
10:00 a.m.— Sunday. School. 
11*0 8.m,— Worship Service. 



>Ami BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk, Va. 
Fred M. Parfais, Pastor 
Phones UL 5^277— UL 3-1277 
Boaday— 

9:45 a.ra.— Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 p.m.— Fellowship Hour. 
730 p.m.— Evening ServlCM. 
Wednesdajr— 
730 p.m.— Prayer Service. 
I Maraery Pravlded fgr Every Servle| 

KempavUls 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Route 2, Box 287, Norfolk, Va. 
Bar. A. B. Bloaat, Pastor 

W. H. Pierce, • 

Sunday School Superintendeat 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School. 
llflO ajn.— Morning Worship. 
6:45 pjn.— Baptist Training Union 
8:0i'^ p.m.— Evening Worship. 



ttm&m Brtdge. 
BAPIWt CHUBCH 

London Bridge. Virginia 
Ok Bdirui B««hes, Pastor 
Lioyd H. Brantley 
Sunday School Superintendent 
830 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
J 1^)0 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
7:00 p.m.— Training Union. 
8^ pjn.— Evening Worship. 
W.MJ3. meets first Wednesday. 
10:% ajjt. 



SAUBM MSmODn^ CHUBCH 

Princess Anne, Vli^la 
Arthar W. Ayers, Pastor 

B. L. PerreU 
Church School Superintendent 
10S)0 a.m.^— Morning Worship. 
liflO a.ni.--ehureh School. 
730 p.m.— Methodist Youth 
towdiip. 



t%}r 



Charit y 

METHODIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Bev. Ledford C. Vaaghaa 

Mr. Edward WUllams 
Church School Superintendeat 
10:00 ajn.— Church SchooL 
11^ ajn^— Morning Worship. 



1S3> @S1SS^ I9IS3£]3 



BAVSIDB BAPTWT CHURC» 

Robbing Comer, Bayslde, Va. 
Second Floor, Overtwi's Market 
Boi 367, ^yiWe, Va. . 
Rev. Jamea Del^ ^Hler 
D. E. Boyd, Sunday ^hool Supt. 
9:45 ajn.— Sunday telwoL 
10&5 aan.— Morning Worship 
6;15 p.m. — Training Unloa. 
730 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
7^ pm. WMa^day 
&rTl0e. 



BAVSIBB CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

(CoBKreKatloaal) 

Shore Mve mid (Hpeawett Road 

Bev. G. Jnlitts Kice, Pastor 

Joha E. AtHtalom, Jr. 

Saaday School Sapertateadeat 

9:45 A.M.— Worship Service. 

9:45 A.M.— Sunday SchooL 

11^ A.M;^^^Wiwslrtp Service. 



Osl vary ' 
PRBSBna^AH CHUBCH 

nrst Street, Gl^rock, Norfolk, Va 
B, Omrett OooMy, Tm^e^ 

T. H. Underwood 
Church School Supt 
9:45 aan.— Church School. 
liaO a.m.— Bfomlng Worship. 
630 ^jn.— What-!^t8 FeUowahlp. 
9-M p.ia.— Pioneer FeUowahlp. 
9M p.m.— Young People's Fellow- 

ship. 
8M pjn,— Wedaesday — Prayer 
meet&ig. 



ASnSMBLV or GOD 

VIrgiala .Brach Boalevard 

East Laae —Oceaaa 

Rev. Saavel D. BeUer, Jr., Psstmr 

Melvln L. Sidwell. Sunday School 

Superintendent 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
7:30 |wn.— Evangelistic Service. 
730 pjn.— Tuesday, Bible ^udy 
730 p.m.— Thursday, Christ's Am- 
baswdors, youth service. 

OUR SAViOCB'S LUTHSBAB 
CHUBCH 

Services at Otylake Pines School 

Treasurer Istaad A Shore Drive 

(1 aaae east of Bayslde, Va.) 

MKNNBm B. CABBAUCHL 

PASTOB 

Herbert R. Anderson 

Church School Superint endeat -^ 

9K)0 a.m.— Sunday School. 

10^ «ja,— Worship Service. 



OLD DONATION 
l^SCOPAL OIUl^M 

Rt. 1, Box ^B, Bayslde, Va. 
Bar. Bevertey D. Tacker, Jr. 

Robert L. Beale, Church School 
"^ Superintendent 

8:00 a.m.— Holy Communion. 

9:45 ajn. — Church SchooL 
11^ a.m.— Morning Prayer. 

7:30 p,m.— Youth Fellowship. 

730 p.m.— Evening Prayer. 



i^nmm flBoi^c»APra< 

fBFlNiepU) 
Ber. Hnufy C BarlMu 3r., Beetor 

C. D. feuHy, Jr., 
Ca»arch School Superlnt«ideat " 
8:W ajn.— Holy Communion. 
ftW a>nau— •Fasofiy Servtee aad 

Morning Prayer, 
low a.m.— ^@»d Service 
11 M a A.— Morning I¥ayer and 
fcmxm (1st Sunday, Holy 
Coramunloa.) 
6:00 p.in.— You^ Peon's fVlow 
ship. 
Ih^yw HW aJB^«ttsfy Day a— Holy G<w» 
nanMB. 



HILLTOP BAPTIST GHAnSU 

meetiag In 

Llakhora Vta^ S^otri, LsriUa Bd. 

Bar. Joha W. ft^p«tt, Paator 

Mr. Hardwick Hatcher, 
^*tnday Sehool-Sui^^ 

9:45 a.ra.— Sunday School. 

11:00 a-BJ.— Worship Service. 

Bsyrtde 
^OBBrniBIAlV CHURCH 

Near Robblns Comer 

Bev. J. E. JohaaoB, I^ator 

E. D. Ney, Church School Super' 

Intedent 
^45 «jn.~^iiBday SctooL 
11^ •.»,— Morat^ Wonhlp. 
(flurMry for Children.) 



ST. MRNV B^mV CHURCH 

PrtBoea Aaae Ooort Hou8« 
Bmr. tr. W. Vedi, Vm^fsm 

Paul 0w«ei7, 
Sinldi^ School SajMrintendent 
10^ A,H.~-^a8day |tehool 
1|^ AJt.— Iforniag Worship 
#S90 FJi.— B.T.U. 
7.^.P4t— BvwBl^ Worship 
Wedhusw^ 
f ao MCo-Mld-w^k Prayer Sen^ 

tee. 
Wnaen'a HtM^wy Ualon: 
lao PA-Wftd^^^lfter li* 
Sundiy, my Circle, ' 



A BANdUEt 



Only viae xaen and huni^y cMldrtn fully 
AppKdAte thdr Uradnffs ! 

Many of G<h1'8 gifts, Uke the air we braathe, 
are nedv«i without thought. Others, Uke the 
.abundance of the hanwst, we think about imly 
in searon. Still o^hen^IUn our rdii^Nis hcfii> 
age, ^t varying degree <^ at^ntfim and 
response acMrding to our tfMtvaA per^^itifni 
. . . or Uie precariousness ot our i^ht. 

TMs isn't Christmas ... or Easter. And 
we hope it is irot a time of penona! eitts for 
you and your family ... 

If it's just a normal week, full of the routine 
of life — then it's an ideal time to remeitaber 
your blessings. And Sunday will be an ideal 
day to begin, renew or strengtben that whole- 
some habit of worshipping God in the chuit:h 
of your choice. 

C^tiatt ItCi, K(M«r Mr. Swrict, StiMlMV, VS. 



THC OHunCH f ON ALL . 

ALL POM THE CHUKCH 

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Klfht Princesfl Anne ttliti Sehdol 
•tu(Mnt8 havt been dwwn to r^p- 
re^nt P.A. In competlttoh for • 
^,060 icIIOUrHhlp. the Princen 
Anne Sc^Metlc teMi U comf^iKl 
of twfl mtmb#r« «f «ch of the 
feapAcUve dMsec. Th^ aN: Senior 
elMls CtenHid Shumidlhe, itm^m 
Oodwn; Junior CtSBs— tSandre Arm- 
bruiter, Nancy CJotwald; SortJd- 
mere C^m -*' Alan Elliott, Fred 
ftMne; t>^BhnuiQ Clam '— Mary 
Vr%n Hughes,' JgIio Ferfereon. 

One student from each TWewa- 
%0t team will be choaen to repre- 
•ent his school and compete for 
the scholarship. Me will be placed, 
on the Tidewater Scholastic 
Achievement Team from which the 
grand wlnaer wlU be ehoacn. 
. Hie fWtafeiHomerartteri Club of 
ft-lncea^ Anne recently held « 
Rummage ^Ve at the Farm Fresh 
Food Store on the MUlUry High- 
way. The nine hour gale proved to 
be quite an experience for the 0rls 
who participated In the sale. The 
articles that were aold were 01- 
lected from various sources. Stu- 
denUi at Princes Anne contributed 
a great variety of things for the 
wle. Club memDera were ao pleeaed 
with liie final outcome of this 
project that they are nvaklng plans 
for another such sale m the future. 

Each year General Mills gponaors 
The Betty Crodter itoneiniiker of 
Tomorrow CoQIMA, The |ii0.000 
helneniaJUng educctton pr^ram 
offers prises of 1,S00 scholarahipi 
to tlw first i^ace winners In each 
aUtc and $500 schoIarshi|H to the 
^«ond place winners. TTw state 
winners and th^r faculty advlaws 
redve an all-expeoae-p^d edu^- 
tUMtal twir to N«r Y««lt C%, 
Cotoirial WlllUkinaburK Ta.« sM 
Washln^n. D.C. The o-lp^wlll ex- 
tend from April 843. The, cuin^B- 
atioa of thta trip wiU be the an- 
nougcttntnt o| the Al]-Anterlc*n 
er <H TMbMtliw wh<»e 
p wtti be ttexeaeed to 
t54W0. (tlie acctmd, third, m^ 
fourth place grand winners will 
have their scholarships raised io 
14,000, $3,000, and 12,060 r«3pec& 
ively. - 

^e testily and Jud^ng In this 
contest Is conducted by Uie ScleM« 
RettMrch A»»clated'(tf CUcuga. 
Tlile yen there are 402,^ gWi« 
fwm i2,«^ of the nation's acholM 
entering the eonteet, Tlie Be^y 
Crocker search for the oatatandftjg 
future hOTnemaker has en'rolkd 
more than two noUlton girls in Its 
seven-year history. 

This year WInfred Evans hfis re- 
ceived the highest score In the ire- 
quired written examination on 
homemaking Jinowl^^ and ^■ 
tudeti of all the enUiec aubmi^M 
by senior girts of PrlnceM Anna. 
WInfred. now qynllfies for the stite 
ioftteil, the results of wl|^h will 
be annouiiced in the latter ^nt of 
'this month. 




The NatlonSi 'Thespian Society 
of Princess Anne has recently re- 
organized and elected officers. Tlje 
new officers are: Prefldeftt,; f%- 
trlcla Marr; VIce-presfdent, (Jaro- 
13m Jennings; Secretary, Sah^a 
Ebert;. and Treasurer, Doll? Ru- 
dolf. The National "J^esplans are 
art honored group among the high 
schools of the United SUte-s. in 
order ¥3 qualify for membership 
the student must have reeelved a 
designated number of poUtts 
throtigh worUt^ wtth s^nM pro- 
ductions. ., ^ , *. 

Studef^ ttiH Nive tOuiA Mn in- 
terest In the w»rld of dtwnatfcs 
find th*t nwmlSlrsh^ In the Na- 
tl«»al Thw^an* is an honor that 
will grow more valuable In fttto^ 
yeara as thi^ enter &S0^ or go 
info various o^ApittMte, 

The Student Cij-operatlve Asa>c- 
tatton of Princess Anne High 
School will i»pon!ior its annual 
"Bunny Hop" on March 24. B^ch 
veer JPrlBcees Anee atodeeta Mok 
forward to the smelling of the 
.spring season at Princess Anne, 
officially (leeigbatcd by this dance. 
Plans are being made for elaborfte 
decorations tbia yetr and the 



anticipation tor P^. girts. Thh hi 
a "turn-about" period In which the 
girls Invite the boys of their choice 
to the dance. Not only eo the glrU 
provide the tickets, but In m<»t 
oaaes, they provide transportation. 
For thew reaaoru. the male seff 
ment of Prlncew Anne's student 
bM^ Look* forward to thki ann^ 
affair also. JNot only la It a time of 
rest for the #aUet, but the fM-e- 
ceed&tg weA is spent In being 
walked to class (without the bur- 
dfcn ojf wrrylhf booki) by h<^)e- 
fui P-A. girls. 

* +he keyette Club re««itif »pon- 
sored a dance, the proems of 
which win be placed lOi^a admlar- 
ship fund. The Keyette are a fair- 
ly new group at Princess Ann« 
ml tliey heve quh^ly made their 
mark ae one <d the moat outstand- 
ing oryiaiKttlona in Khooi. The 
sctKiiarehip will be awarded to a4 
outAtanding senior at the end ok 
the sciMwl year. 

The Princesa Anne Honor as- 
tern has M^n recommended at i 
guide to Uie organiaation of ho^r 
system* within other schools. T\a* 
Honor Code statea: 

"I pledge, oft my honor, 
to report myself fcr elieating, 
to r^jort my«tf tor damaging or 

destroying private or p^lic 

prd|jerty 
to rejjOrt myself for vioUiting 

school rutes and regatatioi|a» and 
to report other who do QOt .a^wld 

this pledge. 

An Honor Council has been set 
if^ to l^id beartnfs for the viola- 
tors of this Code, the council is 
composed of seven students and is 
under si^rvlston of fticulty mem- 
bers. 



The tisi Pierage has i^ to 
pfess aha how staff members attd 
students anxiously aw«it the arri- 
val of the new yew^ocAs. Jtow the 
sUff m«tt^r« Iodic io tluetr second 
biggest project of the school year, 
the presentation of the Cavalier 
Ca^rs. this sho# ft the outstand- 
ing {KOject of the y«r for the en- 
tire school as members of each 
dass participate in this j^^uctlon. 
F^ns are being made at the. pres- 
ent Urn*. Tryouts are extending 
over tile period ^ Wednesday 
through Friday of this week. The 
final announcement of those ac- 
cepted will be posted dn Mondtey. 
The Cavalier Oapers will bfe held 
in the latlw part of M*y. 




(CMttaaiea teom tt^ 8j 

fail, and have posed several quei^ 
tions: How important Is the heat^ 
ing? Does it restrict the amount 
the cows eat? Stiould green chop 
be cut twice daily? 

Griffith says these questions also 
#ere asked "by scientists at the 
Ohio Agricultural Experimeirt Sta- 
tion. Me rep(N% on their research. 

The scfenllsts conductted a test 
with 30 dairy cb*s to determine 
whether healing affects appetite 
and dry matter Intalte, and there- 
by milk production. Half the cow? 
Irere g^ven soilage cut fresh and 
fed twice \ day. The other half 
were g^ven soHage cut from the 
game field <»c* a day. but fed two 
different tinws. though aoila^ 
was cut in the tnomii^ »o there 
would always be more than emough 
for the nij^t feeding, 

Hegartless of the heatii^ tha 
amount 4rf dry matter was the 
same f«- both pt)ups, end milk 
productton also was the same. Ex- 
treme heating seemed to affect ap- 
petlle, but this was probably com- 
|^(H|(ated for under later, more 
fiysAaUe conditions. In actual 
practice, the cows ate »»08t of the 
soilage when It was fresh and thus 
i«du£ed the amount i»ten when it 
was heated. 

Griffith says It Is parUeularly 



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ffbtett laiclly J<» years afo !«• wsrt ifait W to ^ CM! «^B»- 
toM n «A« teAfiMVS eiMl ityle «i|f fe«i».i 

Lincoln TiJsB$ 0§we m 
NaBon^s IM^ President 

iTASHIIfOTOK, D.C— Mareli 4— fci aa atiho^here Iwavy wMi 
KMinnttt MtJ^re with teosicm, Abnhan Lis^kbi of nUnoia was 
JIHiMlli^ as the ittiiirtlidletH fee United ^tea. 





*We are not enecalea, tart 
ftlMdi," nM tka aenrtwr mlA 
from Oic prakiM ia a votUm ft 
m biaugural iMttrttt «rf>vUMl^ 
ahn^ at die aaeadhig SoiMMfa 
states. 

"We must ast M aaeiBiis," M 
earttacwd. "Rmm# 9«stt» ttto 
kavt Mrate«l, tt msA not lw|^ 
bcMKli oC aA^tkMi.'* 
' im^ spirit grb^i* *# 

^_. city as the day dAs^M, 

Mm&rtali^ eoel and fair. AB 
baadES. si^toela and most liaim 
were clMed. Otafrt^ IhMd Pi% 
sylvania Ave. to art UtoMta Mm 
agi^, oatgoiag 9^^^^ 
Buehanae riie ftlh Wlfstf I 
hiMsl. where UwKto UU Me 
ttaytat siiiea his arriM ilM nil. 
IS, tolteCa^toi. 

tUmaakUut oMotieti tt fbi 

crowd was an UBprecAdloMd at- 
euri^ iarcc of heavll^-arttM ^ 
tectlvis wHi with tttarpNMWteff 
•tatfasn^ ee rooi^s aM| Hit 
ipimxtM. a|ai!til IMin|M 
_| GMkoveiMai prMMM* 

Ike seaate breuMa 19Umw 

I asialse te a elaaa 4 

iMtt He MlMle* belsee ttw 
._ eeramseJee ae* 

«ttt m 

I of work- 

[MlKBieMeaew 

•nie flower-decked , gallerieii 
held an assortment Of gaily- 
dreMid women wlw anivwl early 
W iM a good seat. Scattered 
amcmg them were several snoos- 
Ing men who apparently dozed off 
as tt4 Senate wound up it» taal- 

ness. 

• • 4 

PtRSt evi^t OD tb4 program 
was the swearing m <^ RaittdlMU 
nmllii 01 Maine as vice prelUttit. 
t^ola, «rearin( Uack ami canry- 
iikjl an ebony eini ariOt a huge gold 
iaa. arrived hi «» bwktog,,«t 
1:19 p.m., 37 minutes after xbk 
^iprcnM Court }ustk»a had AMI 
fa. 

MM aiM VMttM at «ka Gi^ttrt, 

MM* vmiW^mmm. ■ ^ 

%er* Iift»alli'a.aiMi: Mf s^- 
mKttl«wa MAtetMHy hr «^ined, 
ancient Chief Julfice fi(«er BHx^ 
Taney, who'll be M, years old fin 
just 11 daya. Lincoln is the Wh 
president to Be swoni in by Taney, 
chief juatiee shice il^. 

IjtiQf. tai dear, measured tanei. 





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tto nttoa'e sew Mme tMd Us 
innqptrai aibfress. Exearpta^ 

"K^^Vmaam IMmhi to e^dst 
AmeBi tt* paolte eitti Seirtbwn 



UNOOtJI 

ittrtss ffiM 1^'ttc iKMitob ci a 
t^ffmeVA adminiftrati<», ^eir 
gn^rty, and their peace and per- 
MhA ^^ttity. are to be eodan* 
§gM. Itora has never been any 
retteeaUc eatisc for siKh appro- 
hiMiM." 

iMmim aaiarM Im vatfM 

i^fkM tte uam lM u l lae at »& 

tiliti Aai esraed: 

"1A d(rfi4 ttUs there Meda to be 

tto hhMriied <» vicdeaee, and 

On* aaa M aoae, wiUaa it be 

forced upon Qie natiimal auth(»* 

iiy.«' 

s • • 

rtat csmm Itood as stttues. 

ma only ttrt sh^teg of birds eoifld 
be heani. as Lincoln declared: 

"Siq^pose you go to war. Yau 
cknnot aght always, aod ettth. 
tmt much Uns tm boUi Mtet. Mi 
BO iiUa (A ilBiir, you cease fl|^ 
ih|[, the identicar<^ queitioai . . . 
are again uptm you ... 

"The mystie elwrds of metfaory, 
strat^ng ftrom every battlelleld 
and pittiot grave, to every living 
HiNirt and ftsartlatone. all over 
^ broad land. WIB yet swell the 
^drni of the Union, when again 
tooi^ed, as «jrely they wilTbe, by 
iltas Better ang^ of mtr aabire." 



MOHTCOMERY. Ala. -March 
6— A call lOr MO.ODO Army volim- 
teers was made today by the pro- 
visiooal government of the Dm- 
fcderate States. 



(MIAOT, SIGNAL COKl^Sn 
AMe UPfSIABT OF CONGSBSS. 



Mncess hut Club Winndrt 



The DlRtrlbiKive Education duh 
id R-lneess Anne attended the Dl^- 
trkA I Ctontest prc^ram, which 
wae betd at the Coilcge of WHUam 
and .M«rv. on Thursday, Februarv 
23.. 18A. 

Tn*. ccrilUstlinU from all of tlil 
in the district. compsWi 
•us contests concerning re- 
ttlliflg. Among these A^ere Sales 
Sennon^tration Judging Contest, 
me Window Display Contest, thte 
Mrcjitndlse Presentation Contest, 
ore Ad LayJOut Cohtesst, and oth- 
ers. 

Princesa Anne toolc quite a tew 
of the prises. Among these win- 
ners was Ketherlne Drake, who 
won 1st place In the .Merchandise 
l*resentatJOn Contest; Claudia Fen- 
trew, who won Srd phice in the 
Ad Lay-Out Ctontest: Calvin Gray, 
who won fnd pla« In the Sal^ 
Pemonstraition Contest; and Pat 
Troutnian, who won 3rd place in 
1(he Window Display Judging Con- 
test. 

Two DirfrW Offlceni were also 
won by Princess Anne students. 
Brenda K^ coeeivail the ofOce 



of District Treasurer, and Sandra 
Irish received the office of District 
Secretary. 

The meeting started in the audi- 
toriuft. Here, the Judges were in- 
tr^v^edi and everyoue was tokl 
wftift to jgo for rach contest. Pol- 
lo#tng the aJntest, there was a 
social hour. At this time, anyone 
that wanted to dance could do so. 

T1<e banqiat was held dlri^tly 
after the dance, lii the cafeteria of 
the C^lleg^. Here, thk winners of 
the contetts were anhonnced. The 
program ended at approximately 
730 pdn. 





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IT'S 5U TO COOK 



By LUCILE CLARK 

SUN-NEV^ rOOD EDFTOR 

For the venr Ut«it ia food fsds «id M>1m . . .' for 
prw3tlcal. dbwn>to>«ink recipM tiiit jitesw botti 
patat* ah(t pockcttxwk, r^xi the "Mbdi^ Bowl" lif 
UicUte Clark each Thursday In the SuH'Newa. 



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Serve Egg Croquettes . 

With Sauee of New Soups 




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Xyam witf htaf tl a^ain ana a fait* ... . /«# otil food is 

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i;|g dishes fn w«U Into Lenten 
menu plaos, and new idea« along 
this line are welcome additions to 
the recipe file. E|^ are served a 
dellclously different way when ac- 
companted by a anooth, creamy 
cheese sauce. The CarnaUon Com- 
pany's Three-Minute Cheese Sauce, 
recipe Is a favorite for making the 
sauee. All that's needed are three 
Ingredients and three minutes' 
cooking time. Carnation evaporated 
'mitk is- heated with salt for about 
two minutes; grated cheese is 
added and the sauce rooks for an- 
other minute. The bettier blending 
qualities of Carnation evaporated 
milk guarantee a perfectly tex- 
tui-ed sauce every time the recipe 
is used. Serve Three^Mlnute Cheese 
Sauce with Egg FVx> Yung for 
something unusual in the way of 
Lenten eating. 

Another tempting suggestion is 
a medley of -^wgetables with cheese 
sauce. I^anuts add flavor and tex- 
ture to this choice. 



Two new products are nakliig 
their appearance in local markets. 

These two. new products . . . 
with many plus features . . . will 
be stars on yaar 'round menus. 
Canned condensed old-fashioaed 
toraatarice soap is a speptacalar 
array of red. white, and green 
made possible with sun-ripened 
tomatoes, long-grain white riee, 
and sheeted celery tops. Its con> 
panion . . . condensed cream of 
vegetable ... is a smooth cream 
puree with pieces ol wonderful, 
colorful, and tasty vegetables . . . 
celery, onions, carrots, com, green 
beans, mushrooms, and tomatoes. 

Each can contains 10% ounces 
of home-style goodness. Combine 
either kind with water or half 
milk, balf water for a traAy de 
licious soup. Serve as a saace 
over meats, chicken, fish. ^gs. 
or vegetables. Use in ca^eroles 
and other faimrite dishra. A pair 
of great soups! 

Here's a tasty croquette recipe 
made with cream of vegetable 
soup but -equally good with old- 
fasbioned tomato rice. Tiy It to- 
day! 

. ""«' J Egg Croquettes 

In Vegetable Sauce 

S tiard -cooked egg^, sieved or 
flnely chopped 

1 can (10-% ounces) condenfeed 
creiim i,f veeetabte aou|i 

M cup bread crumbs 

2 tablespoons minced onion 

2 tsbleBpoons chopnd parsley 



1 tM^Mtm Worccstershh* 
H teaspoon dry mustard 
H teasjKM* saft 

Oaah pewer 

Slierteninc 

3 uMe^KMnis ehopp«d ontMi 

1 Ubtaipooa butter or iiisusit— . 
\k cup mUk 

In bowl, eoabine eggs. % evp 
soup, cmmbs. onion, parskqr, ani 
seaaiBlngs. Form into • ero- 
quettes; roll in addition^ cnnab*. 
Deep fat fry or aAanow t!r!r bl 
shortralBg antil Ughtly browned. 
Mnawbtle. in sancepan, cook 
onion in batter nntll tender; and 
remaining soup and milk. Heat; 
serve as sauce over croquette 
Makes k servings. 

Egg Croquettes 
With Tomato Rice Sawea^ 

4 tai#-MMnd tns. riev«d er 
«d 



fln*^ cnoppco | 

1 can (tS% ounces) Gondenaed 
old-fashioned tomato rtce souv 

i UbiMpeons bread crumlm 
S taMcflveeiw ilitnced onion 

2 tableioMMns c)M9p«d parsiejr 
% teaapoon salt 

Dasn tapper 

SliQrt«niiif 
H cup water 
% teaspoon evrry powder 

In bowl, combine ^ga. H euf 
soup, crumbs, onion, paiidey, salt, 
and pepper. Form into t en* 
quettes: roll In additional 'cramba. 
Deep fat fry or shallow try ia 
shortening until lightly browsoi. 
Meanwhile, in saucepan, cobHq* 
remainins soup, water, and carry* 
Heat, aerve as sauce over en^ 
quett^. Makes S serTlngs. tm 



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IN THE NEWS 

Bttlaoa L. Ueplsh, ^M aviation 
electrottlcs technician, UBM, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .1. Henlsh of 
s»ia Lynn road, Vli^Jlnia B^ch, Is 
•ervlng wlth'I^ttt>l Squadron 26, 
hone tolled at the Naval Air Sta. 
tioQ, Brunswick, Maine. 

Tlie ^uadron completed two 
weeks of antl-sitlmfiflrlne exercises 
B^ebruary 5 in the CarfUiean. It 
fUes the rev "Neptuiw". a long- 
rani^, land<4)aKed anti-subttuirine 
aircraft. 



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Carrier Group T 
Returns from 
Mediterranean 



Carrier Air Group has returned 
to the Oceana Kaval Air Station 
after spemling six months In the 
Mediterranean with tlie US. Fleet. 

As wives and impatient chllcfaren 
of pilots watched and waited, 
CAG-7's aquadrom streaked over 
the Air Station in V-fornwtions in 
a salute to the luHnecomb^ 

TTie air group came form the alb- 
tack aircraft carrier IISS Indepen- 
dence. The tirsi man to land was 
ObaSMUldw H. F. Umg, CAG-7 
commanding officer, who climbed 
down from an A3D "Skywarrior" 
to be greeted by Captain C. K. 
Harper, NAS Oceana Commanding 
Wftcer. 

The "Sunday Punchers" of At- 
tack 3quadr<tm-7S, commanded by 
Cdr. Stanley Montunnaa. landed 
next. The squadron is equif^ied 
with versatile, propeller-driven AD 
"Skyraldere". VA-7& was followed 
by Fighter Squadron-41. cQmmand- 
ed by Cdr. Thoma-i Moore. The 
"Black A<*s" fly F3H "Demons." 

They were followed by the 
"Hawks" of Attack Squa<ktjn-72, 
commanded by Cdr. C. A. Hill. The 
squadron flies the ^4D *^kyl»awfc" 
and is .scheduled tor conversion to 
the AiD-2N in the near ftrture. 

The "Jdllv Rogers' of Fl^tw 
Squadron-84" arrived next In their 
FHU "Crusher"— the Navy's faatp 
est operational carrier plane. Com- 
manded by Cdr. Richard Jester, 
VF-84 speirt most of the last cruise 
.^hore-based in Rota. Spain where 
the squadron developed a fleet |^re- 
elslon flight team that drew M^ 
praise in air demonstratlona 
throughout Western Europe. 

The Jaat^-^Jceana-lKiaed CAQ -7. 
squadron to land was Altecfc 
Sc|uadron.86. The "Sidewindew^ 
nv A4D '^kyhawks." The squad- 
ron's offlcer-in<harge Is U.. Own- 
ma nder Samuel Rorex. 



GARDEN CLUB MEETING 
TO BE HELD MONDAY 

The Prints Aone Garden Club 
will meet Monday, March 33 at 
2:.'» p,m. in the home of Mrs. D. S. 
Corn^^'ell. 12» Lake Shore Drive, 
Virginia Beach. After a brief buti* 
nes8 meetiag Mrs, H. Gray Park#r 
will speak on "Wild Flowera." 



C^me Daniel, whose wife. Amy, 
and nx^lier, Mrs. Texie Home, 
Ikve »t 212 Culvert st., E., Virginia 
Beach, Va., recently was promoted 
to staK sergeant in. Greenlknd, 
where he In a memb^ of the ^h 
Artllleiy. 

Sei^eant DaAiel a fire control 
operator In the artlllei^'a Battery 
C, entered the Army In Januiby 
10^ and was ^4t i^tatkined at Ft. 
Stwy, Va. 

Army Recruit Jam« H. Lamb- 
din Jr.. whoae parents live A S 
Wolf Rt., London Bridge, receirtly 
completed the 12-week guided mis- 
sile electricai-equlpment installa- 
tion and repair course at Ttie En- 
gineer School, Fort Belvoir, Va. 

Lambdln was trained to Install, 
operate and repair high-output 
generators, motors, frequency 
changers and other engineer equip- 
ment employed by guided missile 
units. 

The 18-year-oId aoldler entered 
the Army "last August and received 
basic combat training at Ft. Jack- 
aan, B£. . 

He is a 1«» graduate <rf Prin«M 
Anne Hl|^ S^ool. Cyttnhaven. ^ 



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Inc. 

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Sport Cmt Cemer 

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fwkmHn 6rMM> 

Featurlfig 

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Wmrimm — ^^Mm -> Sai^iaf 
Aw«B — Healer — , ijppto 
liortte >> MQA — MagMtte 

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IMS 0MAN»V-»N0M0IiK, VA* 



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MARCH 9« 10, 11 

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SUM)AY, MKINDAY 
aiid TUESDAY 

March 12/ 13, 14 

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WRMSDAY and 

TMI^OAY 

March IS, 16 

CtoubtoFoirtiire 

CffiCLE OF 
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eODDESS 
OF LOVE 



roMMFONWBAS/itt orvomiNiA, 

III tte C^erti'a O^ee of tte Otr. 
cuit Co«rt «f the Co»»ty of Prin- 
ceM Aaae, on the tth day of Frb- 
mai^, tMt. '^ 

OBOtRGR HEN'HY LANOLKV. 

against Plaintiff 

ARME G. LANGLBY, Defendant 

(HIDEB OP Pl^BLlCA'tfOS 

The object of (hla suit l» to oh* 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant 
uporj the pxmnds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
ma(te and filed that the defendant 
ii not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known pdiit of- 
fice address being Apt. No. 1. *» 
Kennedy Street, N.W., Washington. 
11, DC. 

It is ordered that slve "do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publiortlan hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her InterWt In this suit. 

A Cs^y— Trrte: 
JOHN V. PBNTTlESei, Clprk 
By: Mary M. While, DC. 
P. W. .\cki8s, p.q. 
2413 Pacific Avenue 
Viqrlnla Bea ch. Vltylnla 21ft 4t 

OMOHlXWBAL'm OF ViftGIXIA, 
iB the cnerk^ Ofttce of the Cir- 
cait €o«t ol the {'onntir (rf Prto- 
i^MH Aa«e, opi the 14th day of 
Pehmary, liWl. 
VHUJINIA B. L^EUREITX. 

against Plaintiff 

ROBESRT J. L"HEUftEUX, 

DefendaiM 
ORDim OF FFBUCATION 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vliwulo matri- 
monii kom the said defendant 
upon the grounds of de^rtlon. 

And an afldavlt having been 
made and filed that the defandant 
is not a resittenl of the State of 
Virginia, the lart known post of- 
fice address being b&l Su^ly 
Squadron Otis Air Force Base. Fal- 
mouth, Massachus^ttes. 

It Is orctered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publieation hereof, and do 
what may be ne«*ew«aty to project 
his Interest in this suit. 
A Copv—rmte: 
JOifN V. FEXTRFS^, Clei* 
By: .Mary M. White, D. C. 
Brydges & Broyles, p.q, 
3113 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 2-^^t 



VmCHIJlA: 

!■ the CIreait Tout ol Pt - toce wa 
Anne C^maAf am ttM Sist aay *a 
February, IMl. 
LV THK 'WLffWm^P THe 

ESTATE CW R. O. BAJliR. JR. 

Deceased. 

It appearing to the CoMit, that a 
report of the accounts ^ot the Exe- 
cutrix of R. G. Barr, JA, deceased 
and of the debts and tonmnds 
against the said esute, have been 
filed in the Clerk's onice of this 
Coiwt, and that more than six 
nw^^a have elajwed fhu» the 
quaimc«tk>n of die Executrix, 
Mary J^n Barr. of ^Ud e^ate, on 
motion of the said Executrix, it 4a 
ordete<I that the creditor* of R. G. 
Barr, Jr. and of his estate, ind 
any other persons who may be in- 
terested in said estate, do af^iear 
in the Court on the 31«t day of 
March, 19H1, and show cause 
against the pa>Tnent and delivery 
of the estate, without refund bonda, 
to th<»e entitled thereto. 

It is further ordered that a copy 
of this order be published once a 
week for four coaaecutlve weeks 
in the Vir^nia Beach Sun-News, 
a newspaper haVing general cir- 
culation in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

A Copy— "Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clei* 
Bv: R. H. West. D. C. 
A, R. Walton, Atty. ' ^ 

210-2.5th Street 
Virginia Beach. Va 2-2*41 

"* AUCTION HALK OP" 

VALUABLE REAL I^TAIF. 

PURSUANT to the terms of a 
certain decretal Order entered in 
the Circuit Court of Princess Anne 
Countv. Virginta. on the 27th day 
of February. 19eifiO the chancery ] 
cause of COMMOMWTiAKTH OF 
VliRG-INIA, which .s«U€s for the ben- 
efit of the COUNTY OF PRINCESS 
AN.Vfir TT political s^]UI<Haimi^ 
thereof. Con>plainant, against 
JOHN J. and ELEANOR J. BONT3, 
et als, Deftsndants, the undersigned 
Special Commissioner will offer 
for sale at public auction at the 
front door of the Princew Anne 
Countv Courthotise, ftte<»i8 Anne, 
Virginia, on March 15, 1061 at 
12 o'clocdi noon, the following 6e- 
icrlbed property located in Lynn- 
haven iMagksterial District of Prln- 
cew Anne County, Virgnla, as 
shown on Plat of Woodterol, i(^jlch 
plat Is duly of record In the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court 
erf Princess Anne County, Virginia, 
m Map Book 7, at i»ge W: 

Block 1— 'Lots H 15. 16 and 17. 

Block 2— CiOts 16 and 17 

Block 3-€x)ts 8 and 9 

Black it I.otr. IB and 19 

Block to— ix)t 9 

Block 12^LoU t,.S and » 

This property will be sold free 
from liens and encumbran^, 

TB3W® OF SALE— Cash. 

AU sales subject to confirmation 
by the' Circuit Court of Princess 
Z&jne County, Virginia. 

purchasers will be required to 
depwlt twenty per cent <rf their 
bid price when the property is 
knocked down and to wnsunwnate 
purehaie wltWn ten day» after 
aales are approved by Court, 

ROBERT yra; snsPsoN 

efMctal CommiMloner 
I Mrtify that the bond required 
by the above decree has been giv- 
*tt bv the^ gpeetol <teimnis«loner. 

John v. wsintmsB, oerk 

By John V. Fentress 

8«Jlt 

smniiGS 

MM 




9 imM, NOTK^ 

NOTICB OF 'TKCmjmm B^Oi I 

FCBiiic Avcrum * ' 

In eseeeuttcm ei a certain deed 
of truat dated April 9, 19B8, re- 
corded In the Clerk'B (Wftee of the 
Circuit Court of the County of 
Prlnce.w Anne, in Deed Book 4^ 
Page 239, default having been 
made In Ihe payment of the debt 
therein «ecui»d, and being re- 
quired by tl» benelSclary so to do, 
the underslgifed trustee will aell 
at. Public Auction, at the front dffi>r 
of the City Hall, Arctic A^aue, 
between l(»th and »th Sttwctt, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Vli^nia. on tlM S^nd 
day of March, 1961, at 12 o'eloek 
noon, the real estate known, vwn- 
bered and destgmited ag Lot No. 
Nln« (9) In Block "J"; as aHown 
on the plat entitled '.'Replat of Rti- 
dee He^ts, Princeu Auie CMtt- 
ty, Virginia, Decemljer, 1866", 
which said piat Is of recoHl in the 
afw^said Clerk's Office in Iftip 
Book 20, at page 07. Referoice la 
made to «aid,deed for a m(»« |Mi^ 
tlcular deacrtirtltm -of raid real 
estate. 

THRM8-4'aiA. 
ROBERT L. SIMPSON, Ttuatte 

~ I' ■ ■ ■ ■- 

VIRGIN U: 
in the <ierii% eWee of tiM Chv 
cult I'oart of PHiw e a i t Aaa* Cms' 
ty on the STtb IHqr of Feknwrjr. 
lift. 

IN nMNCBRY 
OOMMONWKAiLTH OF YmomiA, 
which sues for the benefit of the 
Count>' of Prince^ Anne, a po- 
litlcal" subdivision thereof, 
v». CoQtplaliwit 

P. T. BOAIU). et als, DefewlMMJ 
OBOSR OP FUBIilCA'nOlf 
The object ^ tAils suit in fbr tfie 
complainant to enforce Ita lien for 
taxei* and to sell for the payment 
of delinquent taxes thei«(Ht, ^ 
following described prop^f^ )o< 
cated In Lynnhaven Magisterial 
DirtricA of Princes* Anne C««urty, 
Virginia, an shown oh Plat or Plan 
of Kast Norfolk RMlty uid IndiM- 
trial Corporation, which said plai 
In duly of record In the deist's 
(Mflce of the Circuit Court of Prin- 
cess Anne County, Virginia, tn Map 
Book 4, at page 191. 
Lots 21 throD^ 40, in Blk. 77 
An ^affidavit having been made 
that the last atUreanM of the de- 
fendant, P. T. B(»rd. is unkiMwn, 
and that due diligence has been 
iwed to ascertain his whereabouts, 
without effect; and further this de- 
ponent says that there^are or may 
be parties interested in the mi^eH 
matter <^ this suit whose nances 
are unktunrn, and who may be 
more fuHy described a« the a* 
iiigns, successors In title. ai»l Ilea 
creditors ai the lald ^fendatnt, of 
if he be deed, then hM surviving 
con-wrt, heirs, deviaeea; the eon' 
sortsi assigns, mux^uara in tltte, 
and Hen creditors of any beirs or 
devisees; ami ail other paflttaaiRbo \ 
may have an inMi«4. to th^a^ 
Ject matter ctf thit wit a^oae 
namet^ aw unknovvn, and wlio .are 
made parties defendant by the gen- 
eral descriptlMi "Part lea Un. 
Jtnown", 

It Is ORDBRBD that the said 
defendants do appear wRhln ten 
(10) days after due publication 
hereof and do what Is necessary to 
protect their interests. 

It Is furtl^r ORDBRia) thai 
this notice be publi.<;hed in the VIr 
glnla Beach 8un-New8, a new* 
paper having a general circulatloa 
In the County of Princes Anne. 
Virginia, once a week for two auo 
cesslve wseks. 
A Copy— Teate: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk 
By; Mary M. White, DC. 
Rot)€rt Lee Slmoson, p.q. 
Beach Theatre Building 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 3-2-21 

COMMOSWMl/rH OF VIRGIVIA, 

la the C'ierk'!« Offlri« of the Clr- 
cHit Court of the County of Prin- 
ee<M Anae, ota the I4th day ot 
Pi'brmarf, IMt, 

SAM MTLLBR. Plaintiff 

.against 
J<^EPH1NE SHOOK MtLLESl, 

Defendant 
IMtDKR OF PUBL1C.%T10N 
Jbe object of IhU suit is to ob- 



talft a djvorce from bed and board 
to be later merged into % dftroree 
from the bonds of matrimony from 
said the d^endant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
W not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
flee address beln| c/o Mr. Pred 
IH>pe Cl&remont, North Carolina. 

It is ordered that she tk> ai^>ear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, *and ' do 
what may be necessary to j>rotect 
her interest in this suit. 

A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTiraSS, aerie 
By: Maiy M. White, D. C. 
Robert Lee Simpson, p.q. 

Beach Theatre BiuWing ' 

TTrgtnTa Iteach. Virginia 2-23-4t 

COMMONWEAI/niW VIBGIiriA, 
In tte aejTk^ Office at the Cta^ 
c«lt of the CoKBty «^ Tt^Mstm 
Aue, OB the Mtb day of F^ra. 

ary, 1981. 

The Bank of Virginia, etc. Plaintiff 

against 
Edward L. C<^land, Indhr. it T/A 
CopeUnd mectrk Co. D^MWtant 

tmitmt OF PVBuc4fioM 

The <*Jeet of AU suit is to at- 
tach tl^ jtal and peraimal ^ttte 
of Edward L. Ocw^nd, In the 
SUte of Vlr^ia. ^ 

And an affi^vlt havtog b«m 
made aM fUed tbM the ^eadftot 
l.R not a resldeirt of the gtels af 
Vft^nia, the la«t known port ^■ 
«ce address being Jacta»arll3j^ tm 

It Is ordered that he do tppwr 
here within ten (10) ^^ w^er 
di» publicatlcm her«f, and A> 
what may km nece«saiy^ to protect 
his Intend in thto ault. 

A Copy— i^^t 
J<MIN V. PIWTOfi®, aerk 
^ By: Btory M. WWte. DjC. 
tWUmy and 'Omu^, m. 
Bank e( OmmorM U^, 



GEOBiGK WAl/TBR DAVIS, 



S0M4 mYf^S DAVIS. 

■Dm AJ«ct 9f tiiifl suit It te <^ 
tain « «*orw « vinculo ©Mrtrl- 
monll from th* Mid defendant 
^pon tlM pminda of dewrtkM. 

And tn rffktavlt having N«n 
cnade Mri ta$d tbat the defendant 
U n<A A midtiit ot the State of 
Vir^iai tte teat knoim post c^- 
ftce «<UtoeM Mag 1»73 S. W. 26th 
St»«t. Mianl. Florida. 

It Is ordered that the do appear 
here wlthth ten (10) days after 
4iat y t ^tettton teMe^, and do 
what nay be iMt^mry to protect 
her MMWtt In thb wit. 
mmwA T. Caton, HI, p,q. 
Zl&SMli^Wt 
Vlrgittta BMeb. Vtrflnia 2.^4t 




«C FrtaffiH 



Bo¥4 tt I , 

AiM Mii^ •fli -, 

at S iMndt |N|u. at nrkicA tlae 
frtl w» iMHrd lor imf 



I. AppUoatton of John E. Man- 
for a ^WNpa of xootng from Rc^ 

(me* DvmK omem i m^) i) i» 

QemetM fWrnMaW l^Ariet i fC- 
G 2) of Lots M. it, II. Nor^M^m 
half of Lot 19. 20 a»d 44. pMt tt 

MUtNun mtmar. aiu profmi^ 

fronttaf «# H^ m ttie North ^A» 
of ^tilnla Biaeb Boulevard, 80 
Ml. W«M tf MvliJteeet. BaysMt 
Otalriet. 

n. Aj^icailoo of Sari E. Manlv. 
}r. twr ti'^moit «| »Mlng frow 
fUtitter^ DopRx CM»k» 1 me 
I) to General Commercial DMHcA 
2 «C« « «{ Ut ». 9^^ of im- 
burn iMpTt Atv^ • tnna^ of 
90 ftat <m the North »ide of Vlr- 

gnia BM^ Boulevard and eirtend- 
g ISiA tim flow ib« West sUle 
of IMvte mm. myi^ Dta^^ct. 

III. AppUcaUon of Everett Tol- 
8on by Kellam and Kellam. Attpr- 
nev8, ^iw • f*Mige *f •«i^ng from 
Residtrtce Sttfearban I^rtct 4 (R- 
8 4) to General Commercial Dte- 
trki 2 tC-G 2) of Lot 120. Prlncesa 
A«» «»». locMed 117 ft»t W<il 
of Plaaa trail, fronting 91 A5 feet 
on Boyd Road and extending 110 
feet In depth. Lynnhaven IMalrlct. 

IV. Application of Prlne«M Amji 
CmMlry Club for a Uee Pannit to 
maintain golf faclllttes on a 14- 
acr« tract <tf tend located on the 
North Me ef Bay Colony Drhre 

' (4'?tti St»« e»tended>, fronting 
830 feet en the Wmt side of Lake 
Shore prlve and 810 feet on J8ay 
Colony Drive. LymAaven Oiatrlrt. 

V. AppUcatlon of T. V. SanderUn 
by Henry L. Lam, Aftan^. for 
a mmge of sonlng firan AgHeul- 
tdB Diatriet 4A«) to General 
GwBjWFclal DMrlct 1 (OG 1) of a 
paileerof land frauUng IftO feet on 
the EMt aide of mgtxwaf 815 at 
lU latewectlon with Highway 794 
and ocoendlng 114.5 fe« along the 
South aide of aaid highway. Sea- 
board MMct. 

VI. Aponntton of Francis As^ 
bury Mtfnodist Church for a Uee 
Pfermlt to operate a church on a 
tract of land containing 4 acres, 
having a frontage of 315 feet, more 
or lets, on RCMite «1S. and extend- 
ing Wait to the i^ore of Lynn- 
haven Wwr. Lynnhaven TMatrlct. 

VH. AppUeaUon of Bobert Va- 
slle for a diaage of aonli^ from 
MultlpleFattjUy ReeWence District 
m-H) to G«ii«ral C^imnerclal Dis- 
trict 2 tC-G 2) of property front- 
ing 148 l9t^m the North side (^ 
Vlrghtta Beacit SaiAmtrd and ex- 
tending Ui ^th ^ tm, leered 
19TO iMt Bwt ef Si^ tarn. Lynn- 
haven TS^aHW. 

vm. ApplicaUon of Westwood 
Hill Baptist Church for a Use Per- 
mit to opemte a church on a 5-acre 
tract of land locate at the North- 
west Intersection ot Providence 
Road arol Wowlstock Road, front- 
ing 3M.# f»t on Providence Road 
and extMdlng SHM feet in depth. 
Kem{wvtlle Dbttkt. 

IX. AsfOlaMifm (4 JiMKnaa and 
Anna Imt^ ^ ^nudm^us. 
Malbon * Btheridge for a chanj^ 
of a^lng from Agricultural Dis- 
trict (A-R) to Llmtted Commercial 
District i (C4* i» <rf a tract of land 
contattitag '4.» acres of land, 
frontlig 2W fcet im Courthouse 
R^d and «tttadtef In 4i^h ^p- 
pi-ojdmately TOO f*et, Srtid property 
locat^l 280 «Bet North of I^S^- 
way ^folM to C^mp I^flditten, 
Seaboard m£rlct. 

X. Ap^i»^tai st Nelson fiau^ 
man by John B- Janws, Attwirty, 
for a tlte Pern^ to coa^uet a 
lake and borrtjrw pit conWWeg 30 
acres, rosre or t«s, «i tta? war ^ 
a 20O«CT« twct of land sttuattd 
appreirimately 500 fe«t South of 
Mears Oirner. Said ftrm fronting 
1734 teet Ml tte floatb »i^ <tf to- 
d laB t l ver ^Mrt-»4^«-7 ^ -» 
the Wfit Hid* of Qim BHdgeRo^l. 

en^tjM'iHe DMHrMt. 

K3. Afpltoi^tt of «dg*w«^»^ 
Turnw TIwiM for Boys and Girls 
by Du^ <Sx^, A^rwy, *" a 
Use Pnmit t© (^ienrte a hone fw 
boya iad ^Hs M 13 Mr* of land 
locate W^ at XMw^ C^mr on 
propejly kf^Mm tf ft»cM Vmtfce. 

XK/ AprtWton «* Thomas 
Drenifcn aatf-flicrt* QMf m » 
Uk Bem» * op^rte tx^tlM » 
dttOet with jacht mrvbag and it- 
pair yard on certato prtptrty ^ 
cated )^ Ow «wl aide <rf flwrte 
«i5 ani North ol' Long Creefc for- 
mer^ prOj^rty known as the ^v- 
en ^m l^taurant. Lynnhawn 

^ Xm. ^^Unrtten ^ J«e^ M. 
and Evelyn Collector for a change 
<ii zoning from Residence Subur- 
ban District 4 (R« 4) to Umited 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1> of 
a tract of land containing 7 acres, 
luwwnr as the DeFrees property, 
— tbt Old VljflnJa 
sbd tS* new Vlr- 




# 4i9Ai MOTtf tf 



glnla Beach Boulevard, Boun<M 
on the North hy Orovekna Wris, 
on the Wert by property now or 
formerly owned by C^ton, In the 
vteimty of Belle Haven. Said pwjp- 
erty fronting 21S feet on the North 
lld» « new ^i^nla Bm^m Boute- 
wrd, lynnhavan MattM. 

XIV. Requite for permtusion to 
erect algnboards at the following 
locattons wlU also be reviewed: 

1. Oa the South side of Route S8, 
Jurt West of Uttle Neck Road; 
South aide of Routf 58 one mile 
W«at of Uetla Neds mmA. 

2. On Route 60, beneath ui^ier- 
pa« ^Ing to Jeny. 

S. On Wert aide of Route 13, J 
mile North of Providence Road, 

4. On North side of Route ^ 
60 feet East of Dinwiddle Itoad. 
Ocean Park. 

5. Oa Route 60, .1 mile Wwt of 
Lesner Bridge, 2 signs. 

6. On South side of Route 60 at 
Hs interaction with RocWaeWge 
Road. 

7. On Nis-tli side of Route 5g at 
London Bridge, near creek. 

8. On Iforth sUe <rf Route ^ at 
Thalia Creek, Sast ^$b. 

XV. Awlicatkm of PlBe Harbor 
Corporation by Langley and Mc- 
Dooiald for a Use Permit to opetmte 
a mwi^ U-Mtment plant on a par- 
C4^ of land hunting 150 feet on 
the North sWe of Laskin Road, be^- 
0aalag at a ptrint approximately 
100 ^t WmA of WllkiQS Bridge. 
l^BBhavaa Dlatriet. 

BAItMMB DBW»K?r 

BiWtMl BlarfaMi Arm 
h CSwAj^ of sonlng from Red- 
tence Suburban District 4 (R-S 4> 
llMtftence Duplex District 1 (R-D 
I) and G«Mral Ciwnmercial Dts- 
trt<a 1 {CO 1) to General Indus- 
trial Dlrtrict 1 m-l 1) to Inciude 
all of the following property not 
M-aecfiUy eoned Gmaml Iadt»trlal 
Mitrict I 0H 1): 

A. Property bounded on the 
North by the Norfolk City Lakes 
Little Creek Branch, on the E^st 
by the VJE.P. Co. transmission line, 
on the South by the Norfolk and 
Southern Railroad Branch to Shel- 
ton Park, and on the West by the 
Norfolk City Umlto. 

B. Property bounded on the 
North by the Norfolk and Southern 
Railroad Branch to Shelton I^k. 
on the Bast and South by a com- 
faR«lal zoning extending in depth 
356' from Route 13 and on the 
West by Lawaon Hall Road. 

C. Property bounded on the 
North by the Norfolk and South- 
ern Railroad Branch to Shelton 
P^fk, On Bie Easj by lawson Hall 
Road, on the South by the North- 
em property lines of James Good- 
man, Lottie Goodman, Henry Her- 
ring, Albert HaroW, Clem Hamil- 
ton. Mary Rocha. J. L. Roberts, 
Jeremlan Harold, Charlie Harold 
and Jackson, and parts of Burton 
Station Road. Bounded on the West 
1^ the Western property llneg of 
J. L. Robert*, James Brldgera, 
Jackson, and Eddie Lee Joyner. 

D. Property bounded on the 
North by Burton Station Road, on 
the ©lat by the Westtt^ property 
line of Fannie A. Elliott and the 
continuation of that line to the 
Norfolk City Lfanlts, and on the 
Soiith and Wert by the Norfolk 
City Umlta. 

H. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex District I {RJJ 1) to 
Limited Commercial District 1 (C- 
L 1) to include all of the follow- 
ing i«t>perty not presently zoned 
Limited Commercial District 1 (C> 
L 1): 

A. Projwrty bounded on the 
North by the Northern property 
llnea of James Goodman, Lottie 
Goodman, Henry Herring, Albert 
Harold, Clem Hamilton, Mary Ro- 
cha, Jane *nlth and Eddie Lee 
Joyn«f, «J the East by Lawson 
Mall Row!, on the South by Route 
13 and on toe West by Button Sta- 
tion Road. 

B. Property betonging to Sillaa 
and Mattle Brodka located at the 
Nortlrwert corner of Route iS and 
Burton Station Road, 



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to Mneral InduMrtil IMatri^ 3 
(M-I 3) of property kK»ted on the 
tort Bide of te^ore Road, ad- 
Jacent to and South of the V.EJ». 
Co, transmleten line. S«M prop- 
erty being approximately aiO'JtMr. 
Beglnninf Bm f^t, oKsre or lees. 
North of Davis Comer. 

a. <a»#nge of sonlng fnan Resi- 
dence Duplex Dlrtrict 1 (R'D 1) to 
Limited Commercial DisWet 2 (C- 
L 2) of the following lots in the 
subdivision of Mllburn Mawjr: 
Lots 3 through 16. Skid property 
frontfng 1280 ffeet, niore or lew, 
on the Virginia Beach Boulevard. 



Graeawlch 

I. Change of soiling from R^- 
dence Duplex District 2 (B4) 2) to 
General Commercial DlsWct 2 (C- 
G 2) to iodude the rear portion of 
property belonging to Laasiter, 
Nelsler, Buzzy, Williamson, and 
l\«ylor. Said property located on 
the North side of Route 108 at 
Newtown Crossrcwds. t^e front 
l»lng presently eoned General 
Commercial District 2 (CG 2) to 
a depth of liSO feet, 

II. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex Dlrtrict 2 ('R4> 2) 
and Residence Suburt>an Dlrtrict 
i (R« 4) to Goieral Indurtrtal 
District 3 (M'l 3} of Lots A 
through H, as shown on the avb- 
division plat of G. B. Bryant, and 
Lots 1 through 5, as shown on plat 
of Williams and Yeates. Said i»*op- 
erty fronting 1631,6 feet, more or 
less, on the Eart side of Newtown 
Croseroads, beginning 4«0 feet, 
more or lem, North of Route 165 
(Kempsvilie Road). 

III. C^mni^ of coning from Resi- 
dence Suburiaan District 4 (R^ 4) 
to Genenal Indurtrlal District 3 
(iM-I 3) of property beginning 1665 
feet, more or less, East of Route 
1^ (KempsvUle Road), on the 
North side of Bryant Road (said 
road paralleling the Norfolk and 
Southern Railroad). Fronting 370 
feel, more or lett, on Brjraht Road, 
and having a <tepth of 780 fc^ 
more or test. 



RoU>tu Conw* 

I. Change of fonfng from Rert- 
dence Suburban District 4 (R« 4) 
to Limited Commercial District 3 
(C^L 3) of the following lots hi the 
subdivision of Bradford Pai*. Lot 
1, located at the comer of Water- 
works Road and Bradford Road, 
and Lots 33, 34. and 36, located at 
the comer of Bayslde Road and 
TazeweU Road. 

II. Change of sspnlng from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 4 (R-S 4) 
10 Limited Commercial District 1 
(C-C' 1) of property fronting 150 
feet on the East side of Itoyslde 
Road, having a depti of 204.5 feet. 
Said property located 270 ^et, 
more or less. South of the Inter- 
action of Route ISB (Waterworks 
Road) and Bayi>ide Road. 



Haygood Ckareh Area 

1. Change of zoning ftwn Real' 
dence Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) 



^0 Limited. CpmmerciaJ District^ 
(C4j I) 'of property focited on tBt 
Northwert comer of Bayshora 
Road and Aragona Boulevard Ex- 
tended. Said property frontji^ WO 
feet on Bayshore Road and having 
a depth of 39^ feet. 

H. Change of zoning from Rural 
Residence District 1 (R-R 1) to 
General Commercial District 2 W^ 
G 2) of property fronting 216 feet, 
more or less, on the BSast side of 
Bayslde Road, having a depth of 
100 feet. "Beginning 150 feet, more 
or less. North of the intersection 
of Bayslde Road and Route 648. 

Artkgtmm Villain 

I. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban Dlrtrict 4 CR-6 4) 
to Limited Ckjmmercial District 1 
(C'L 1) of Parcel C, Section 4, 
Rubdivlsion of Aragona Village. 
Located on the Southeast oorher 
of Bayslde Road and Jericho Road. 
Fronting 511.^ feet on Baysicte 
Road. 



Bayaide Schocri Area 

I. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 4 (IRS 4) 
and Limited Commercial District 2 
(OL 2) to General Ctommerctal 
DIstrtcft 2 (C-G 2) of property 
fronting 417.4' on the West side 
of Route 13, bounded on the North 
by a ^* canal leading to Lake 
Smith, on the South by the prop- 
erty line dividing property belong- 
ing' to Christopoulas and on the 
West by the Norfolk City LS^es 
Branch of Littte Creek. 

II. Change of zoning from Resl- 
c^nce^uburtJan Dlstrkt 4 fR-6»4) 
to Limited Commercial District 2 
(C-L 2) erf property bounded m 
the North by the property line di- 
viding property belonging to Chris- 
topoulas, on the East by a LteUted 
Commercial District 2 (CC 2) ton- 
Ing running parallel ta and 300' 
from Route 1%, on the ^uth by 
Route sre (Cake Smith R<»d». aftd 
«i the Wttt by the V.E,P. Co. 
transmlsjdon' »ne and tl^^Worfolk 
Glty Lakes Ifc-andi of Little Creek. 

nr. 0»*fe <rf ^nlng f roBi R«l- 
dence Suburban Dtetrfct 4 (R-S 4) 
to Incltfda Motel. 'Rnirirt and R«- 
taurant Dlrtrkft (T-S) supplement 
erf the following pr^«ty: Bound- 
ed on the Nwth by the Bl t^mftio 
Motel property, on the l^rt by Ae 
aubdtrlsita of Dlam«d Spring 
Homes, on the South by Route OT 
{Lake Smith Road) and the Atlan- 
ttc ^rftolng Ctompwiy property. 
md on the W^ by that s«e 
property ai«l Route 13. 

IV. .01«ii^ «* totting Irffln R^l- 
dencB nii^» W«Wto 1 (B-O l) o 
Include Motel, Tourist and Restau- 
rant IRBtrlct (T-2) su^lement (rf 
property along the West side of 
R«iW 13. Said ^»p«i^ to haw a 
^th of XO feet. B^naJsg on the 
South side of Route flM (Lake 
Smith Ro8d> and MJa^ing to the 
Norfolk and S«*th«m RaUroad 
Branch to Sieltoa Bark. 

Uavh Cor^ 

I, Change ot uwi,*,,^ itom Resi- 
dence Subwlwi Distrtet 4 (R-O 4) 



ChcIM Place 

I. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 4 (R-6 4) 
to Limited Oommerclal Dlrtrict 3 
(C-L 3) to ,,lnclu<fc ai* of ttie fol- 
lowing property not preaenUy 
soned Limited ComflSierotel Ms- 
trict 3 (C-L 3). 

A. Property bMtaded o3i the 
South and West by Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, on the North by Broad 
Street, and on the Ekrt by Om- 
nectlcut Avenue, (now known w 

T:* vender I,ane). 

B. I»roperty bounded on the 
North by the Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard, m the Eart by Jefferson 
Avenue, on the South by Pbtomae 
Avenue and Its projected line to 
Georgia Avenue, and on the WMft 
by* Georgia Awnuc. 

'c. Pn^rty bounded on toe 
North by Holland Swamp Boa* i 
Virginia Beach &>ulevard, pn the 
Etest by Pinnsylvanla Avenue, on 
the ajuto by C^ll^ Street, ««l 
on the Wert % Bbm^ Rbad, 

dence Subuj*an District 4 ^-S 4) 
to Urtfted Ctenmeiieiiil Distr^ 1 
(C-L 1) to Include ail of *e fol- 
towing propwty not prfcsently 
s>ned Ualted ONnmcrcial DlstriM 
I (C*. 1). 

A. ftwperty bouDdtd on the 
North by Broad Strtet, bn toe East 
.by Keflim Road, «' the Swth by 
the Virgin^ Beach BoulevaW, and 
on the Wert ly Horace Avenue. 

B. Pn^rtv bmu^ed on tbi 

▼and. on the AMt^ KcHam TbotA, 
on fte ^uth by Majflnard Str^t, 
tnd on tl» Wtot hj J^fftrsop Ave- 
nue. 

IH, Chan^ id sonlng from Resi- 
dence Suburban Dlrtrlet 4 (R-6 4) 
bM Umited ■ C^aaerctal Urtrtat 
i (0$ 3) fo Oea^al IndustrlAl 
1 \U'l X) to Include all of the fol- 
lowing i^iMi^ not, pwseatjy 
zoned General Industrial Diatrict 
I fM-I 1), 

A, ProperW bouniled on the 
North by Pc/omac the 

East by Jefferson A. -, .:i the 

Souto by jneveUmd Street, and on 



the t^KUy WMM i«mm> Ro^ 
B. Property bounded on the 
North by Cotl^^ Street, on toe 
E^st by Holland ^wmp Road, on 
the South by the Norfolk and 
Souttern Railroad, and on toe West 
by Bonn^ RMd. 

bidlaa Bl^ a«ia< aA« MUtUurr 
Htgkwmf Arm ^ 

I. Qiasfe (d acmlng from Rest 
dence Suburban Dlrtrict 3 (R-S 3) 
lo Umited Cmunercial Olstrlot 1 
(CC 1) of al! property not pre* 
ently zoned Limited Cooanerclal 
Dlrtrict 1 (C-*L 1) bounded on toe 
North by toe Eastern Branch of 
the Eastern Branch of the Eliza- 
beth River, on toe Eart by the 
West«-n property line of Elizabeth 
River Shores Holding Corporation 
and E. V. Williams, on the Souto 
by the Nortoera property line of 
David A. BartjCT. and on 'toe West 
by the Military Highway . 

U. Change of zoning from tlmlt- 
ed Oonunerdal Dlrtrict 1 (C-L 1) 
to Residence Suburban District 3 
(R6 3) of all pw^rty East of the 
rear property lines of pfoperty 
fronting on the Bart side of the 
MlllUry Highway. Said property 
bounded on the Norto by the 
Soutoem properly property Une 
of David A. Barber and on the 
South by the subdivision of We8^ 
view Village and the Nortl»rn 
property line of property owned 
by W. D. HoMm, Jr. 

Til. Change of zoning from Rert- 
den<^ Suburban DlsWct 4 (^-S 4) 
and Residence Duplex District 1 
(R-D 1) to Limited Commercial 
District J (C-L 1) of all property 
not presently zoned Limited Com- 
mercial District 1 (C-tL 1) bounded 
on the North by toe subdivision 
of Elizabeth River Shores, <m the 
Eart by the Military Hlghw«y. on 
the Souto by toe property of 
Snowden and on toe West by 
Kings Creek. 

iW. Chai^fft of zoning from Lhnit- 
ed Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
to General Commercial Dlrtrict 1 
(C-G 1) of a triangular shaped 
piece of property bounded on the 
Norto by Providence Road, on the 
East by the MlllUry Highway, and 
on the West by toe Norfolk Coun- 
ty line. 

V. Change of zoning from Resl, 
dence Duplex District 1 (R-D 1) to 
Limited Commercial District 1 (C- 
L W of property fronting 35 feet, 
more or less, on #»e Norto side of 
Indian River Road, having a depth 
of $K feet, more or leas. Said prop- 
erty beginning 50 feet, more or 
tess. East of MacDonald Road. 

VI. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex Dlrtrict 1 (R-D 1) 
to Limited Commercial District 1 
(C-L 1) of prc^>erty laoated on to^ 
Norto side of Providence Road, 
K35 feet, more or l^ss, EaiSt of 
MiliUry Highway. Said property 
being triangular in shape, front- 
ing 315 feet more or less, on Provl- 

, ^dence Road and extending In depto 
350 feet more or'^less on the E^st 
side, and 495 feet more or less on 
the Wiest side. 



Barretts Cmiuv 

I. (Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) to 
Limited Commercial District 2 (C- 
L 2) of property beginning on the 
South side of Indian River Road 
and toe Eastern boundary .line of 
Knob Hill, running along said road 
^00 feet n»ore or less In an Easter- 
ly direction, toence Souto 200 feet, 
tlwnee turning and running In a 
Westerly dh-ectlon 190 feet piore 
or less to the boundary line ot svto- 
division of Km* Hill, thence run- 
ning along said boundary line to 
Indian River Road. 

II. caiange at sonlng from Resi- 
dence Suburban DIstrl<A 3 (R-6 3) 
to Limited Commercial Dlrtrict 2 
(C-L 2) of property located on the 
Eart side of (Sammon Road., begin- 
ning 190 feet, more or less, Jilorto 
of Indian River Road. From said 
point of beginning running South- 
»rt a distance of 165 feet, more 
or less. "iRtence turning and run- 
ning North a distance of 240 feet, 
more or less; thence turnlt^ and 
running West to Gammon R^ad a 
distance of 150 feet, more or less. 
Thence turning and running South 
on Gammon Ftoad to point of be- 
glaning a distance ot 180 feet, more 
or less. 



GteMiwMi 

I. Change of zoAlng from Resi- 
dents Suburban District 3 (R-6 3) 
to General <^n>ttiercial District 3 
(C-G 3) of property beginning at 
the Soutoeart intersection Of 
Kempsvilie Road and the Norfolk 
and Southern Railroad. Thenoe 
rwjnlng In a Southeast direction 
W& feet, nK»re or less, along the 
VkaVn side of Kempsvilie Road to 
the property line of Gettle. them* 
turning and running North aloi^ 
said line a dlrtance «fs.220 feet, 
more or l^», to the Norfolk and 
Southern Railroad. Thence, turn- 
ing and running We»t along saM 
'f^ilroad a atrtaMce w^ toS feet, 
TOoi-e or lens, to the pohrt of begin- 
ning. 

H. Change of zoning from Limit- 
1^ OMRBwr^d Dlfitlct 1 (C'L 1) 
and Umited OffflMnerclBl Ertrtlet 8 
(C4i 3) to Residence Suburban Di»- 
tlct 3 (R« 3) of the following lote 
in the subdivision of Carolanne 
Fai-m: Section 1, Lots 12 and 18, 
Block C, located on Gallant Fm. 
Road; Lots 14 torough 22, Block 
C, loaited on HW Prinoe Road; and 
Lrts 1 thttlu^ 8, Block D, lo- 
cated on Nmt K^psviUe Drive. 

HI. CSianK of »nlng fiwn Red- 
den<» Sobw^wn District 3 (B-S 3) 
to Resident Duplex District 2 (R- 
O 3) of the following lots in the 
subdivision of Carolanne • Farm; 
Section I, Lots 1 through 4. Block 
E, tombed on New KaspsvUto 
Drive. 



Soatfc SvcUd 

I, Change of zoning from Reri- 
dence Duplex District 2 W-D 2) 
to GeneraJ Indusirial district p 
(Mr T, of liU propel*^ iffll ^it- 



IMaMot 3 CM4 3} Eart (rf Mace 
St««t in the Alfred McClenny -Sub- 
division. Bounded on the North by 
a dmlnage oanal (toe Sotithern 
proi^ty il» <rf I^mld Realty 
OorporatlonJ, <mi toe West by Bon- 
my R(»d, on the Souto by toe land 
IMF of formerly owned by Shel- 
ton Knox and lani now presently 
zoned GeMi^ Bidustrlal IMstrict 
3 (M-I 3) owned by Bailey Welding 
Cbrporation. and on toe East by 
toe Norfolk and Soutoem abandon- 
ed railroad. 



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Keaipa^lto 

I. Chani^ of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) to 
General Commercial District 3 (C- 
G 3) of toe remaining Northeart 
85x190 feet, mc«« or tess, part of 
a lot presently zoned General Com- 
mercial District 3 (C-G 3). Begin- 
ning 390 feet, more or less, Norto- 
east of Kempsvilie Road. Adjacent 
to and being a part of the property 
presently used as a pwfesalwjal 
bpUdlng. 

II. Change of zoning from Limit- 
ed Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) to 
Rertdence Suburban Dlrtrict 3 (R- 
S 3) of a parcel designated as "A" 
In toe subdivision of Kempsvilie 
Colony, Section I. Fronting 520.27 
feet on Great Bridge Road, Route 
190. and having a depto on Mll- 
burne Drive of ^.74 feet to Rudg- 
yard Laae; toence North along 
said Lane 520.27 feet jnore or less, 
toence in a Westerly direction 
4^74 fe^ to Great Bri(}ge Road. 



dence Suburban Dlsttlot S (R€ 3) 
to Limited Oomsnercdal Distriet 2 
(C-4. 2) of the Northern l2Wx285' 
portton of Parcel B, subdlvlaloB of 
Great Neok Ertates. Sectton t. 
Said property fronting, on Route 
615. 

III. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex Dlrtrict 2 (R-D 2) 
to Limited Commercial Dlstrirt 2 
(C-L 2) <rf Lots 10 through 13 of 
the AUbwf^r Place Subdivision. 
Said property fronting 42S.4 feet 
on Grei* Neck Road (Route 615). 

rv. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Duplex Dlrtrict 2 (R-D 2) 
to Limited Commercial District 2 
(C-tL 2) <rf any portion of the fol- 
lowing property not presently 
zoned UmKed Commercial Dlrtrict 
2(C-tj 2). ftwperty located on the 
Southeast comer of Route 6^ and 
Route 915. Bounded on the North 
by Route 616, on the East by tlw 
Eartern property line of Floyd 
Braye. and toe attenrton of that 
line to the Soutoem property line 
of William F. Braye. on the South 
by raid property line and on the 
West by Route. 632. 




Route 615 St tta ^tmrnMrn «Hft 
Rifle Range Road, all ^ mM prop- 
erty belonfta^ to the U. A. tltov- 
ernment. 

II. Chani^ ^ soMqET from UmR* 
ed (Jommerelal Dlrtrict I (Ot IJ to 
Residence Duplex IMrtri« 2 (ft-0 
2) of property irtn^ by the US. 
Gtovemmenl, leeat«d at the South- 
eart comer of Route 615 and Bffle 
Range Road. Said |MX>perty fttml^ 
Ing 380 feet, more or less, on Route 
615 and 300 feet, more or b»^ on 
Rifle Range SimA. 

III. Change of zoning from Limit- 
ed Commercial Dlrtrirt 1 (C-L 1) to 
Residence Duplex District 2 (R-D 
2) of all property on the Northeart 
comer of Route 615 and Rifle 
Range Road, wKh the ©reeptlon 
of lots 1, 2, 11, and 12, as shown 
on the subtUvlston plat of North 
Btllwood Park, Section 2. 

JOHN V. FB^ Pia u a S B. Clerk 

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Thalia 

I. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 4 (R-6 4) 
to Umited Commeroial District 1 
(C-L 1) of a strip of land having 
a depth o* a)0 feet running parallel 
to and 300 feet from toe Virginia 
Beach Boulevard. The first 300 
feet being presently zpned Limited 
(kHnmerclal Dlrtrict 1 (C-L 1). Be- 
ginning at Thalia Road and run- 
ning in an Easterly dlroetlon 250 
feet, on toe East side at the road 
leadliq; to.Hurrt and Watson prop- 
erty. 

II. Chan^ of zoning from Limit- 
ed Cwnmerclal District 1 (C-L 1) 
and Residence Duplex Dlrtrltt 2 
(R-D 2) to Umited Commercial j 
District 3 (CiL 3) of toe following , 
property: Subdivision of Deal Plat 
No. 1, all of Blocks 5. 6, 7, X8, 10, 
21, and 22, and Lots 14, 15, 20, and 
30, Block 20. Also to be Included 
are Sapo Avenue, Himibolt Ave- 
nue Norto of .Norfolk and South- 
ern Ralln^d tracks, and 3rd rtreet 
which has recently been closed; 
Deal Plat No. 2. an of Block 18, 
19 and 20 and Lots 15. 16, 17. 32. 
33, 34, Block 10. i 

MI. Change of toning from Gen- 
eral Qjmmerclal District 2 (C-G 2) 
to Limited Commercial District 2 
(C-L 2) of Lots 22, 23, 24, 25. 26, 
Block 21, suiKlivlsion of Dea|S^at 
No. 2. Located on the Southwest 
corner of Virginia • Beach Boule- 
vard and Ash Avtnue. 

IV. Change of zoning from iU»l- 
dence Duplex District 2 (R-D ?) 
to Limited Commercial Distriet ii 
(OiL 2) orLbtB U. 12. and^lS, 
Block 21, sulxIlvisloJB of Deal Plat 
^o. 2. Located on toe Soutoeast 
corner of Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard and Maple Avenue. 



LoBdoB ArUge 

I. Change of K)nlng from Resi- 
dence Suburtan District 3 (R« 3) 
to Unilted Ckimmerclal District 2 
(OL 2) of the Northern portion 
of Sites 1 through 4 la the John 
P. and George I. Worker Subdivi- 
sion. The Southern portion being 
presently zoned Umited Commer- 
cial District 2 (C-'L 2). 

II. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) 
to (Seneral Commercial Dlrtrict 2 
(C-G 2) of any portion <rf the fol- 
lowing property not presently 
zoned General (Commercial District 
2 (C-G 2). Property bounded on 
toe North by the Southern prop- 
erty lines ol DeHartiand Hyter, 
on the Eart by Itoute 632. on toe 
South by the Vlrghila Beach Boule- 
vard, and on the West by toe Wert- 
ern property line of James 0, Rob- 
erts. 

III. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban Dlrtrict 3 (R-S 3) 
to Limited Commercial District t 
(C-L 2) of property owned by Roy 
L. DeHart and Kebecca Hyter. 
Said property frontii^ 32S feet, 
more or less, on the Wert side of 
Route 6JKJ, having a depto of 600 
feet. Beginning 275 feet, more or 
less. North of the Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. 



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LYNNHAVEN DISTRICT 
Ro«ein(Nit 

I. Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 4 (B-6 4) 
to Limited Corhmercial District 3 
(CL "3) of the following lots In 
the siAidivlsion of Jacksondale: 
Lots 1 through 19, 21 through 30 
and an unnunvbered parcel in 
Blodk A. Said property lying be- 
tween Front Street and Second 
Street. 

IL Change of zoning from Resi- 
dence Suburban District 4 fR-fi 4) 
to General Commercial District 3 
(C-G 3) of the following lots in the 
subdivision of Ja<^sondale: Lots 1 
through 12 and 22 through 29. 
Block B; Lots 6 torough 9 and 14 
torough 17, Block 3; and Lots 5 
through 16, Block 4. Said pR^»erty 
lying between Front Street and 
Second Street. | 

MI. (Change of Mining from Resi- 
dence Suburban Dlrtrict 4 (H-8 4) 
to Umited Commercial District 2 
(C-L 2) of the following tots in the 
subdivision of Jacksondale: Lots 8 
torough 14 and the remaining por- 
llon of Lots 1 through 7 not jwes- 
ently zoned Umited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2) in Block 5, and 
Lot« 1 through 13, Block 6. Said 

froperty lying between Front 
treet and Second Street. i 

IV. Change of zoning from Resl- 
dence Suburban Dlrtrict 4 (R-S 4) 
to General Indurtrlal Dlrtrict 3 
(M-i 3) to toKlu* aU'of toe fol- 
lowing parcel zMt presently zoned 
General IndurtrWl District 3 (M-I 
3): ftircel A, as Aown on toe sub- 
dlvlS'ion plat of Princess Anne 
PJaza, Sectten. I. .*?aia property 
fronting on the Wert side of Plaza 
Trail. 



L)nuikav«B Beadi 

I. Cha nge o f ^ning from Resi- 
dence T5uj^ District 2 (R-D 2) 
with Motel and Tourist Dlrtrict 
(T'l) supplenwnt to Limited (3om- 
muxM OiMrM 1 <C-L 1) of toe 
foUairing lote !». toe subdivision 
of Lynnhaven Shores: Lots 4, 5, 
and 6, Block L and Lots 1 through 
6, Block U. Said prop^ty fronting 
on the Souto side of Shore Drive. 

U. Change of zoning from Lla^t- 
ed C8iiM»rclal Distrtet 1 (C-L 1) 
to Residence Suburban District 3 
(R-6 3) of Lots i« torough 23, Sec- 
tion E ami Lots 9 through 11, Sec- 
tion F, on the amended plat of 
Cape Heniy Syndica^ and Lot.<! lOO 
throu^ IM, SectM^ 4 of Lynnhav- 
en 'Co tony. Md pB^^rtv fronting 
on Great Neck Road (Route 615) 
arid Ittd.SteWt. 



Oceana 

I. Change of zoning ttom Reai- 
denoe Suburban Kstrict 4 (R-S i\ 
to Limited Commercial Dlrtrict 2 
(Cii 2) to include all of the fol- 
lowing property not presently 
zoned .Limited ConHnepclal EUs- 
trlct 2 (G*. 2). T»roperty bounded 
on the North by the Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, on toe East by 
the subdivision of Oceana Village, 
on the South by a ravine^ being the 
rear property line of toe prop«ty 
being rezoned, and on the West by 
the Ea:stern property line of R- M. 
.Malbon. Said pro^rty fronting 
1360 feet, nwre or le.ss, on the Virr 
ginia IBeach Boulevard. 

II. Change of zoning from Limit- 
ed Commercial District 2 (C-L 2) 
to Residence Suburban Dlrtrict 4 
(R-S 4) of the Northern portion of 
Lots 77 and 78 In the subdivision 
of Wert Oceana Gardens, the re- 
maining Southern part being pres- 
ently zoned Residence Suburban 
Dlrtrict 4 (R« 4). Said property 
fronting on Garden Avenue. 

III. Change of zoning from Gen- 
eral Indurtrlal IHstrict 3 CM-I 3) 
to (Jeneral Commercial District 3 
(C-G 3) of the rear portion of prop- 
erty fronting on the East side of 
Eartern Shore Road, hounded on 
the North by the Norfolk and 
Southern Railroad, and on the 
East and South by the U.'S. Gov- 
ernment property; the remalitoig 
portion being presently zoned Gen- 
eral Ccmmerolal District 3 (C-G 3). 

IV. Change of zoning from toel- 
dence ©uplex Dlrtrict 2 (R-D *) to 
General Indurtrlal Dlrtrict 3 (M4 
3) of property bounded on the 
Souto by the Norfolk and Southern 
Railroad, on the West by property 
Ijelonglng to Ti<tewaler Gas Com- 
pany, on the North 1^ the prop- 
erty of Morrison, and on the Eart 
by the property of Ferrell. 

V. Change of zoning from Gen- 
eral Comrjperdal District 3 (C-G 3) 
to Residence Duplex District 2 
IRA> 2) of property having a width 
of 50 feet, nwre or less, running 
parallel to and 160 feet from Eart- 
ern Shore Road, along the rear 
properly lines of lots R C, and D. 
as .shown on the subdivision plat 
of the J. J. Lee Brtate. Said prop- 
erty beginning on Old London 
Brid^ ftoad^ and extendln, 
depth 464.4 feet. 



V^^ TV aad ifpBiuxM tm Mtt 

ed. Hfrtx TV. X^^iOtt WtU^t. 
Open »«. QA 1-1727. SHWW 



Furnished and unfumtobed 
and apartments. Qmt to MP Ml- 
rooaH. trmug » yeti^. AM^I^ 
Bealty> C^ QA»74SIL WMTflH 

• WANTS) TO ma 



Kenmore Gas Rrange, 36-ta9ch, like 
new, $50.(X). Call OA8-4®l. 

3*lt 

EILECTRONIC parts, largert stotA 
tubes reslston. cfHOdensera 
speakers, ampUfl^l, mikes, aa 
tenna parts. Service dlaxjunta. 
F -»2 TV. LcHUkm Bridge. GAS- 
1727. 2*TPN 

Bargains in cntrome Xxiunge chairs 
and Wrought Iron side chairs. 
Large selections. Big Sale on all 
other furniture and merchandise. 
Bargain Bazaar. Courthouse Rd., 
Oceiaa, Va. RA}ne GAS-TMi. 
OPEN DAra„Y EXCEPT SUN- 
DAY, 9 to 0. "BUY AND S&IA, 
WITH \mCL,E BILL" 2-ie-'IT'N 

• Buitpn^ ■ i^ambT 

APPLIANCE r«pain on all makaa 
and nwdela. Open 9^. Hotpolnt 
Sales and Service now at Hirtr 
Appliance Ca.. Umdon Bridge,! 
GA 8-1727. 2-5-TFN . 

• iUSINBS SBtVICtS 

SINGER SBWmO CESNTiSR — i 
representative of toe Wards 
Corner Singer Shop will be In 
the area regularly. For service, 
demonstration of sewing ma- 
chlnes-Vacmmi cleaners or flocyr 
polishers. Call JU 8-1396. Singer 
Sewing Center, 7tS4 Granby St., 

^ open nites til 9 pm. 1-5-TFN 



Apartment or anoaU bouse Mar 
Cavalier Hote!^ dtnired tnf ^h- 
|rt«. Yearly. <^11 GA8-'ra«, 

$-2 



• ROOMSFOIIttlir 



BUSINESS SERVICES: Electra 
Chala Saws, floor aaadera. wax- 
ers. belt sander^ |»Nw m&mn, 
power m»n, ftgtatear ■pt M *! 
ers, seedma. laira tts^m, poiA 
hole dlg^rs & aer«tM% Call 
GA 8-4222. Fleu. Feed & BuUd- 
Ing SuppUes. lac. «XP. &m 



BUSINESS Slavics: »iaiB«ai 
iwrvteea. Uamte ^/weamA &em- 
«■. Sales & Service. Prompt e^ 
ft<^nt repairs, Hck up and dell- 
very. Phone GA 8-4222 Fu^ Fmd 
& Building St^pUes, Inc. GA 
8-1968. 4-17-11^ 

• HIWMNQ AIDS 

HEAR. CLEAilLY AGAIN — Look 
your test. \ Straining to hear 
shows In your face. Hear^ better 
and relieve tols. Free home trial, 
batteries, cords, accessories all 
makes. Acourticon of Norfolk, 8 
MonUeello Arcade, MA 7-1016. 

2-9-'WN 



Gnat KcdL 

I. Ctan^ ef iKNilBg from Umlt- 
e,l Gonnerciai DWrtot 2 (C-L 2) 
to ^MdenM Suburban District 3 
itiS 3) <A all property in toe Great 
Neck Estates aubdlvlrton. Section 
I. MmSav^wmi of Vmmk A and 

U. CSt^oge of wmlag frcun Redf 



Beam GardcM, WoodiaBd, 
mnwaie hrk 

I. Change of zoning from Multi- 
ple-Family Residence Dlrtrict (R- 
U) and Residence Duplex I^trict 
2 (R-D 2) to Residence Suburban 
District 3 («« 3) of toe following: 
All of the property bounded on 
the North by Laskhi ^fulevard, 
on the Bart by the VlrgUiia Beach 
CJty Limits, on thSe South bv toe 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, and on 
the West by Seatack Road, wlto 
the following exceptions: All prop- 
erty presently zoned Umited Com- 
mercial. General Commercial and 
Creneral Indurtrlal will tMnMa as 
such, in any zoning where a Motel, 
Tourist and Restaurant Dlrtrict 
(T-2) supplement exists, it shall 
remain as auch although toe sm- 
Ing will be changid. 



• WANTS) TO IW 



^ ^ j-HUer iWjp,^ Qnan Eiv 

glne, Dual wheels, PlaV Harold 
Tractor. -Good condition. ^SO. 
C«»t price $450.; Altetate motor 
bike, good condition. $50.; TTjun- 
derblrd car, ehlW size. Electric 
power perfect condHton, $260. 
Call GY 71114; Can be ^en and 
demonstrated at Rf^mont. Vir- 
ginia Beach Blvd. l-2»TP» i 

• iNSTRUCTION-^^tO^S 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
Of Mt^c " 

&rMow Cte^ mnelm 

313 -35th Street 
Vkgmfa Beach 



Hotel Waverley— Surprlsin^y BiQd 
ert montoly, weekly and tra^ 
lent rates. 22nd and Ocean TM^ 
Phone GA 8*457. 2^1^ 

Attractive unfuratahed 4^Hbedre|^ 
^|H»^m^t, cMivealMat ^ anpl 
and shopping center, 2 bto^ 
from ocean. Yearly rental, avilt 
able Immediately. Dial GAS^^B. 
316-24th St. 3-3Mt 

A^rtment, for rent fumU*ed,i 1 
bedroom, living room, dinette A 
kitchen, electrically e<{alpf#i. 
Phone GA 8-^72 or apqjiftfr f|o 
The Huan OoM^ea ft A^*^ 
ments. 2Sm Holly Rd. »^ 

311-15th Street. 3 rooms, private 
bath, heat, lights, and fcwt irtter 
included. $65 untU'J^ 1^ fir 
will rent year-round, W»^6 
GA8-3647 after 7 p.m. 3^1*11 

Ocean Court Motel Apartmenta— 
206 l9th street. Efficiency ajtet, 
also 2-bedfoom apt. All uiUitJes 
furnished, convenient to ev«y- 
thing. By week or ouwto. 

» iMi^ I — I I I I I ■! I i i II I Mill m il II I '■■ i ^ r -"■ ■ ■ " '■ ■ 

2 - bedroom apartrtent. Etectric 
rtove and refrigerator. ^i«o 
jalousie porch; l-bedraom apwrfc 
ment, electric stove and refl^g- 

" erator. Call GA 8-2724. 2-»-'flf*N 

• HCHtSt FPU mit 

NORTHBND — 3-bedroom \inftir- 
nlshed bunfalow, 1| baths. An- 
nual lease. Also, 1-bedroom fur- 
nished apartment. Call owner, 
EX^8«2 or GA 8-1661. 2-a^ 

Attractive 2-bedroom bouse, tite- 
place, large yard and nice sur- 
roundings. Yearly leme. Kal 
OA8«J22 after 4 p.ni. or ^if 
6719 any time. 3-»agtt< 

Furnished S-bedroom home. Slee- 
trlc kltch«Q, washer, lar^ l»tk- 
yard. Near schools and stoles. 
Call CA8-21W. S-WfrN 



• coHAOB FOR mm 



furnished , cotUi^j 
Yearly rental, conveniently lo- 
cated, Complrtelv furnished. Ap- 
Vly 52S-2lst St., or dial GAS- 
5080. 3.:a-'!TN 

4-room furnl»hed cotta^. With 
fenced-in yard. Api^y :Mff.ltth 
Street. 3-Wt 



Bellwootf Park At9m 

1. Change of zoi^ng from Limit- ' 
e4 Commercial DUitrlct 1 (C-L 1) 
to General Industrial District 3 
(144 3) of ail property Wert of 



Instrudiwi in 
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Pag© 8-B 



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STORAGE 




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Southern Storage Warehouse 

COMPANY. INC. 

1 17 W. Virginia BmcH Blvd. MA 7-2651 



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NOTES FRON TOUR 

COVTVTY AGHBTt 

»y i. It 'DIOC COOOI^ JH 




"Ab <9pertMitat It • n«B who, 
finding himself in hat w«t«r, de- 
cides that he pnbaM^ mf4n a 
bath anLyway." 




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I'M GUD PAT TOID US ABOUT 
MfUAM « lATONr 

"I'm sure it was their efficient planning advice 
that made this luchla wonderful rcKam. It's my 
favorite!" 

"ft's my favorite, too. But I think the truly amaz- 
ing thing was the reasonable cost,. i never 
dreanwd that it i(^s so economical to add a 
spacious room like this one!" 

BUDGET TERMS FOR YOUR 
REMODELING MATERIALS 




princes; ANNE COURT KOUn, VIRGINIA | 



TIME iH Loi^ IF wBnaa 

NOT LMtCNINO 

One tiny two-line Item from the 
flow of material that came across 
the desk ttUs month stood out. It 
mentioned that on most re««arch 
results announced, there was an 
average ten-year lap«e before most 
farmers and those related to the 
industry digested the recommenda- 
'lons and put them into practice. 
We v/onder, Is this the case? 

Cet-talnly If tlw time-lag between 
a re-warch project, where a better 
way of getting results is proven, 
and farmei'^doption of such a 
project Is as great as a whole 
decade, It is too long a time! 

Of course ten years can move 
in a hurry, and In thinking back 
over such topics as pasture im- 
provement, livestock sanltatloin, 
perfonnance testing, and such. It 
nas been k^nger than ten years In 
getting many phases of those pro- 
grams going. 

Too, we're reminded of farms 
we have visited recently, perhaps 
seeing the same old broken-down 
piece of farm Implment still rust- 
mg in the same spot we «aw it 
many years ago. 

Even though yotl ml^t want to 
teSr down the argument that It 
takes ten years to get a point 
.yioss, many of you will agree 
j'j.d, healthy ideas are still slow 
budding Into reality, particularly 
for these fast-moving times'. 

Two pofnts are brought to mind 
while thinking along these lines. 
First, farming is such a competi- 
tive pursuit — and it appears it will 
he even more so in the future — 
that those who ,«ay with the land 
will certainly have to take every 
step possible to up yields and pro- 
fit at less cost. Secondly, our in- 
vestment in research personnel 
and their dedicated efforts will 
continue to expand and imless we 
take heed to their advice, the full 
benefit of ther knowledge is de- 
layed and less effective. 

In extending this second point, 
members of the American Society 
of Antonal Production in their re- 
cent, annual meeetlng reporteB^on 
234 experiment Involving 48,75)6 
cattle, sheep, hogs and goats. Col- 
lectively, the time devoted to these 



tests during the past ymr would 
amount to 12,0*2 years. That Is a 
lot of time, much of Jt wasted if 
no one is listening! 



POND SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

RiteMUM lfl3 

KATHERINE S. POND 
JOHN L. POND, JR. 

Located at KEMFSVUXE 
and 108 • SStk STREKrr 
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 



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^e easiest way to earn money is to let your 
money work for you. Over the years, the re- 
turn on banked savings dollars really t^y» 
off; and at the bank you take no investment 
risk. If you haven't already a savings account 
^r 'mk, v.hy not open one this week... 
*. ju have a sa\ lags account here, why luA 
a-u to it tiiis week? 



Panfe of ^ttginia $eaci^ 

"PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY^ HOME - OVWED BANK" 
Mmnbar Federal DepMit Insurance Corporation 

B(NJR& MONDAYTHRU fVIDAY • 9 sjk le t M^-^IU. EVENBWS- 4 fM.telpM. 

CLOSED SATURDAI^ 

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FORRBT FARMERS ft> MfeBt 
AT OLD POINT C<mFOR'r 

Profeislonal foresters and for- 
est "farmers" from throiighout the 
South win attend the IWl South- 
ern Forestry Conference at Old 
Point Cwnfort April 274». 

This year's annual «jsnfer«K« 
,wlll be the 20th since the Forest 
Farmers Association, comprised 
primarily of tlmberland owners, 
was formed In 1941. Them* this 
year will be "N«W C^jpottunltlea 
in the Changing Pattern of Sbuth- 
em Forestry." 

Keynoting the eonterehce'a open- 
ing session Thursday mbrning, ( 
April 27, will be Kentucky's Lt. 
Gov. Wilson W. Wyatt. Other t>PO- 
gram features will Include tours 
and numerous presentations on the 
conference theme by outstanding 
forestry and business le«det*. 

All persons interested in forestry 
and forest farming are Invited to 
egister for the conference and tatee 
part In all open sessions. 

WHO WILL PRODUf^E 
9WEKT POTATOES? 

The yam crop is Increasingly 
big business on Virginia's Eastern 
Shore— but Is getting to be "small 
potatoes" elsewhere In the state. 
James Bell, agricultural eeonom 
ist at VIPI, says pfellmlna/y estl- 
mats ck Virginia sweet potato 
production Indicate that B8 per- 
cent of the 1860 crop was produced 
In the two Eastern Shore counties, 
Northampton and Accomack. The 
other 96 counties produced the 
other 14 percent. A review of the 
past 20 vears, however, r#v«ils a 
pattern "of shifting production. 
During the early 1940*9, production 
on the Eastern Shore was about 
equal to the rest of the sUte. Since 
that time, especially In the last 
dWade, the Eastern Shore has ex- 
panded Its produclioh rSpItlly 
while pro<Juetlon in the regt Of the 
state has dropped. 

Why have these developments 
taken place? Bell singles out some 
of the most Important reasons. 

The Introduction of new. high- 
yielding varieties has been one of 
the most significant factors affect- 
ing Eastern Shore production. The 
1960 average yield for Vli^nla- 
grown sweet potatoes was 46 per- 
cent l^gher than the United States 
average. Cost of production has 
fallen em higher-yielding varlMlaa 
have been adopted. 

A good processing outlet has 
been Important in the de^w!I»men 
been Important in the development 
of the Eastern Shore Industry. Im- 
proved cultural practices have con- 
tributed to lower unit production 
costs, and man^ growers have 
adopted modern ' production and 
harvesting machinery. Other poe- 
slbllltles for c<»t reduction are atUl 
available. 

fmproved facilities for packing 
'and matketlng fre.^ nttrket wveet 
.'jtatoes have been constructed, 
and market outlets with large buy- 
inf; organizations have be«n en- 
veloped. 

Availability of farm UrtJor ha» 
helped the sweet potato Industry 
expand on the Eastern Shore. A 
shortage of labor has made ll vir- 
tually Impossible for some other 
areas to produce crops requiring 
the use of Inten^ve labor. 

What else has contributed to the 
decline In sweet potato production 
In other areas of Virginia? For 
one thing B<«1 says, other farm en- 
terprises, sucJj as oth«r crops or 
livestock, have be«)me more pop- 
ular. In some areas fanwft* who 
once grew sweet potatoes are tak- 
ing non-farm jobs. In many caaea 
alternative uses for the lartd (real- 
\ dentlal, touslnesa, etc.) are avail- 
able. 

Farmers in scattered production 
areas have not had opportunities 
to sell BmstW sweet potatoes to pro- 
cessors. Therefore, they've had to 



depend ftkm»t entirely on fresh 
market recet{%«. And the develop- 
ment of larger wholesale-retail 
purchaaing orgarUxationd has mac^ 
it harder for gix>wera In less con- 
centated productton areas to sell 
their crop. Chains and affiliated 
independent organizations are at- 
tracted to areas where they can 
get large amounts. Local sale to 
small non-affiUated store*- has 
dropped. 

Production techniques and the 
shift In varieties which have ac- 
counted for much of the produc- 
tion Increase oln the Eastern Shore 
have not been so apparent else- 
where. 

But Belt says' the production 
trends are not very Ukely to con- 
tinue for the next 10 years. Sev- 
eral developments In recent yeers 
Indicate the period of rapid ex- 
pansion on the Elastem Shore may 
be nearing the end. .ft"ice« have de- 
clined to the point that growem 
find sweet potatoes much less 
profitable. In total, they have re- 
duced tomewhat. Productton In 
other areas will probably continue 
to declining. 



Native TUmt» Caa Be Used In 
LaadacaplBg Aroead Home 

It's not the easiest thing to do- 
but many native trees and shrubs 
can be collected from woods and 
fields and used to land.%»pe the 
home grounds. , i 

A. 8. Beecher, horticulturist at 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, says 
one of the main drawbacks Is that 
most people can't Identify the dif- 
ferent plants durhig the dormant 
season — the best time for trans- 
planting, if you cannot Identify the 
plant when dormant, Beecher sug- 
gests marking It when It Is in 
ftower or leaf and transplanting 
later. 

Aeraember that young trees and 
shrubs growing In the woods or 
fields are often lurd to transplant 
successfully because the plaate 
have never been root-prunced. 
Tfoot-iMrunlng a year In advance i» 
espedallj helpful If large plants 
are selected. If you do not root- 
prvme, select small plants because 
they will transplant more easily 
than tar^eones. Cut the top of the 
pant back at least one-third. 
. When tranaplanting, try to put 
the plant where conditions (soil, 
moisture, fertility, pH, light) are 
about the same aa they were 
where it grew w4ld. Some plants 
grow In add or alkaline soil. Try 
to duplicate the^ condttloni or the 
plant may not survive. 

Beecher liats several transplant- 
ing hints: 

Select small plants. .'Move plajits 
during dormant season — winter, 
early spring, or late fall. In dig- 



ging, save M mmA ttf tte vm ^» 

tert» «« p^lMe. Wrap the roots 
iTTOi^diately trtth burti^s or plas- 
tic to prevent dn^Jng out. Prej«re 
the hole where the plant Is to be 
aet by retiwvlag poor soil and re- 
placing with good top soil. I>ig a 
hole deeper and lai^ than the root 
system. 

Set the plants with ttuM proper- 
ly ^>aGe<l ao t^ pUnt will be at 
the same depth as before. Firm the 
sou around the plant. Pour water 
slowly around the plant. Cut one- 
third of the top back. Mulch w^lth 
sawdust, leaf mold, peat, or a com- 
parable mulch. Water In the 
months to fallow as necessary. 
Sta>ke small trees so a straight 
trunk will develop. Do not use any 
commercial fertlll»r at plaiiiing 
time because you may bum the 
roots. Apply ^ eonrunerclal fertili- 
zer the following spring. 

ROP BUlli SAUS 

SET AT cuiirannt 

Commercial beef raisers In V4^ 
ginia win have a crack at som^ of 
the beat Isulls to be offered In the 
state, on March 20 at Culpeper. 
On this date 64 tAngus aiid 24 Here- 
ford bulls wlli be up for sale at 
the annual "record of perforrn- 
ance" bull sale. 

These bulls are the best raised 
In herds which are 'under test In 
the Virginia Beef Cittle Improve- 
ment Association. These gain-tested 
bulls graded choice as calves, and 
gained over two pounds a day be- 
fore being selected for the Cul- 
peper tests. 

While at Culpeper, they have 
gained 2.4 pounds per day. Accord- 
ing to Charles R. Ctooper, secre- 
tary of the Virginia BCIA and anl- 
nm\ husbandman at VPI. these 
bulls win be far above the average 
pfvkluced Jn the state. 

Ckjoper says. "High growth rate 
and type score are transmitted by 
the sire to his offspring. Perform- 
ance tested bulls with the hlffii 
growth rate and type score of the 
bulls offered at Culpeper can make 
considerable Improvement in wean- 
ing weight and grade of calves In 
most Virginia commercial beef 
cattle herds- Oood performance- 
tested bulls such as th^e will 
make more money tor the feeder 
calf producer and the farn»r who 
feeds feeder calves to slaughter 
weight In the feed lot." 

For additional Information on 
the Culpeper «le, eontact my «rf- 
flee OP write" to the Virginia BCJA, 
VPI. Blacksburf, 

CRBfiN CHOP STtTDIES 
REPORTED BY SPBCLil^T 

Virginia - farmens who plan to 
use "green chop" "tfiSs seaspn will 
probably be safe if they cut it on- 
ly once a day. 

W. S. Griffith, dairy specialist 
at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 
explains that green chopping or 
soiling Is the practice of cutting 
the pasiture and hauUng it to the 
rows. It is sometimes desirable as 
an emergency measure when 
stored forage Is lacking. With iso- 
lated acres, unfenced farms, and 
"phrinklnif" acres* using green 
chop is more Ukely to be practical. 

Ctolrymen have noticed that tor- 
age cut early In the day under- 
4P)es consUlerable heating by nlght- 

Contlnued on Page 5-B 



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ask him about 

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THE MAGAZINE OF PLEASANT FIACES 



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TIM IUI|P|^illM9 PMi . • . ft9^ ^ 

Dr. Q^otgt OaOiv n an mquisitive posoa whow 
deure to find things out has laade hkn Ae country's 
leading ipcSkOa. He recently \undia\oA a ttudy U> 
find out who are the happier peqf^ in Aramca^ and 
thou^ it has MM as yet been amipleted, early retunu, 
^aMording to l>t. Gallup, indicate that a num's cbaacea 
for happing are hi^ier if he lives in Suburbn. 

StHMMMW J«bS F«r TmuS ...page 16 

There are j(4>s fat hi^i-schod suidents who want 
to work — providing they start lodging for tfMn now 
and d(Mi't wait till the schooBxwks and doom are shit, 
says Lydia RatcKff, in a kwk at what kaids ci jobs 
are availaMe for our young peqp»le, who's nort IQ^y 
to get them, and how. ^^. _ ^ 

Til* IIm»« WrackMS ...pageM 

Termites look somewhat like aiM; have the dura- 
bility of cockroaches; may live 25 years; and, annual- 
ly, chomp up a hundred miili<m dollars wortb oi a 
special di^ diat could include nwjor parts ctf your 
house. We recoomwnd you read rqwrter Ed Saounis' 
ttu(fy of the minute marauders — aad then act (|uiddy 
: if you have any remm to susp^ ttie iHeaeoce (tf 
unwelcome, hungry gtiesU. 

Sir Ctdrle S|m>1is ...MgrM 

Sff Cedric Hardwkke, veteran Mar ot many plays 
uid, he says, too many movies, has be«i meeting the 
ixcss for over 50 y^rs. Hiis mondi Iw asks UmtM 
some pointed <piestions and answcn dwm f<»^ m, giv- 
i^ ha witty, kvned insigMs on love, Hoifywood, 
and, of course, actii^ 



Oiarks E. Martin, known 
to vaoA ptopk M the famous, 
hifflKHom cartoooitt-illutn- 
tor CEM. dqn^ oBow cev- 
et the excittaneot and ctAot of 
knocking down all ten pins 
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GETUNG AROUND 



^^,to Our Pleasant Places and People 



ATfENTK^, Explorer Scwrrs in EWlia Pta^. 
Peiuaylvmia, and NkhoU HUls. OkUJtoma, 
and WMithavtH. Temmsee. and all othor pfeaswt» 
active fkuem tet house growing you^sters — tfie 
National Ex|4orer Bowling Tournament witt he 
held on Mardi 25, l%l. ^wnsored by the Boy 
Scouts of America, tlw tournament is part of the 
Mail-OOraphic Tournament oi tte American 
Junior Bowling Omgress and is open to five-man 
terais from any tx^tonx Unit in tfie country. 
Here's a dwioe to bowl in your own neij^ibac- 
hood with friends — and still maybe bring home a 
luiional trophy to your chapter of the Jau^atttt, 



^Nhm Maurice PodeH, ci Long Branch, New 
Jerwey, was a young boy in Runia, he likal to 
swipe (Head from the family tabte and knead the 
ioH, itma dou^ into shapes of cows, sheep, and 
odio* f^ anknab. Now, SO yetm hter, he is a 
siMcessAil sculfMor who Mill occasioaaOy usn r^ 




A iiUle Rfler • hutmia hi Brockton, 
ehioMM. h^ nfyata lotcrvc a drunk, he noMii 
flttt hu^Msa was fisttai off. Vk discovered iW 
^ offended t^^frfar hid fooe dT to a hardMM 
irtore ami Aen tqMoiNl hadi; and padlocked t» 
caffs main door. 




bread as a medimn.- "Rye bread gets hard as a 
rock and a aboo^ as permanent," says sculptor 
I^Klell. who also works in plaster and bronze. He 
has l»d three successful ooe-mim ikow*, and his 
four-foot-hi^ bust of Abraham Unooln (in 
toooze) stands on a pedestal ouUide Long Branch't 
^aamcan L^iM headquarters. 

At httt npotl RockvUb, Connecticut, still had 
no gaftage dump (the Manchester Bcnrd of Di- 
rectors decided not to let Roclivitk dump i& trash 
at the Okxna Street dump). RockvUk'* Mayiv. In 
m attend to revonse that decision, said. "You 
donit know hem long six oKmtla am be wttH 
yiMi'we been wi^oi« a dimip." ^a if Manduam 
reAised to let it dump at CNcott Stoe^ the \tSm& 
Mayw said, he would somdww fiml another m4u- 
tioa. "fw got a very terge b«dc yard," he jovnUy 
volHnteNBd. 



SubmrMi Today^March^l96l 



For guys of Utd» Lc^foe tfe, die Boys Chib«f 
Linda Vista, CMfomla, k lettug up 26 tesM II 
form three leqncs m what it caUs^Biddy Bsdtal- 
hall." The ^lort k steOar to r^dation haskcAil, 
but the basket is lowered two feet (making it ^ 
ieet from the frowd), the l^cet rim b kifft 
and the baM is saHier. Ihc mixture hoopen kwi 
been h^xd by the Murtior (^Kimists Club. nMi 
domrtcs ImIIs, bttketi, and uniforms. 



We'd Ifte to ^ you about a bunch d htf 
roddm who aro Cmt ^MnoM from the groqa ti 
wild youngsters we «re aeaatomed to he«ii| 
ahoM. Thr hoya oA ttMOMhcs tfie Street Osib- 
en Hoc Rod Oak ami eatm fscm around At 
JhrRlwood and Chyum and Shrewsbury, M^ . ' 
mmri. am. brtead <rf a pug of ruffians cr^lg 
puMk dai^N' tfnonili irr^Miaibie use of • 
hurtli^ v^de, kef* ne 1 1 boys who are amiMM , 




to bec»ne jQod ^ikaem, si*o are ready to kHf 
ttnuded nmtKkm, mid who are. at an eariy m 
nuaters of Am ma^mo. They lay dues toAor 
ctab and Omw «Mt &m tte ««ire club majf 
to the UuhMis Guid, and they collect ^f^ 
underprivU^^ cAUm In their f^Kt time, w 
chih ncahefs love ffidr call, Mid they take escd- 

tew «atre (rf A«. too. Ih^ aho love speed, rsd^ 

and dari^— 4Mit nM on poUic Greets. They » 
their rKdqy imdwr9e^al«da»«>itions in compe- 
tition wMh other peuge, tf a tocaU drag strip. 

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Tk^% «4Qr thooglitftrt 
addbif Omh-Poi^ l^Mioa to ev«y 
acn^f aaay Um9 ftad. Qto-Vv^ u ma 
TOwiHial Mild fffdflg ffiMMl Itoootaina 
u ettm tuum «t v^ pratrin, iia- 
poctaat iFttMtttM and odtaMndi — &r in 
DTciw frf thfl BBfiitiiWffiWi lawia eat 
by ilM MMenal Ilaaaiidi CaaadL 

Bveo MMB wta Wmi laige amouiita 
ot "imbnlHieed** kftovm, tba h^ 
mtrieat level of CkoJ^qi) eaa aidb* 
ffiaxd aftfaat &Bp«^p«p diet, mull 
you foed (ko-np every day, yoo em 
eojoy tiw AMi&teMe ttet yenr dof ia 
gett^ an abtrndwicie irf the MMntiah 
he needate a kn^and hedOor life. 

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GETTING AROUm 



Cwabmai pom page 4 



About tS»t oeti pensm mnckttA 
«^ hamH lost my sleep turn Oati$ 
MdCi9*t tax tioHbiet ■ Cmtn Ue- 
Key, who ite lii addran m IMm, 
Wucotam. The WiacooMi d^ot* 
ami ef tauMlioa, howevtf.Mq^ltaS 
Mr. McKay's bedrooa is located la 
the haU of im house tiMrt Ucs ovct 
the UmhtA* Gmtem border and 
adds thM stnce die kmtioo cA t 
imui's bedroom di^rmioes hk dooit- 
^e IMm miM turn over to taA« 
GenevQ the $10,008 te tax aionqr 
coUected from Mr. McKay. 

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A woodnfid cxperiflMot in btoth- 
eihood is heki% eo n d ta ded at the 
Sl^miia He^UM, tkrtth, Efcmen 
nuy Schod. e^ne WaaiA a doaeea 
c^dMo, a& just «rh«d faooi Dda 
My aH iu^Ub to ^^eak Ei^UA, have 
reoentfy ctt«fled..iaBtead of beim 
kqit HI a fecial, sqiente ^mm te 
^OAim irare MuseiMdy absoAed 
nto Rft^ cinnes wWi oi^ one 
hour oi« of the sdMol dqr set aude 
for Bi^jMb Icsaeas. The n^abr sto- 
deB« bofl^ to iritdwd hi to he^ ftem 
wkh lasMB, eoofcisiitia^ and i^a- 
eurricular a^iriUcs, and, we he», 
die yotm C^riNus on pi^ac up Ae 
fr-rrff sni nnftnaw tt sn amsring 
ly rqiki rate erf ^>m4 

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Mis. Uta I. Howiy wttei fines 
Merrick. New York, to leB al of vs 
rtout the (by he- you^ son meat 
home from adioiri auu^i^ on a 
c^ooolale ond^ ^v. Wh(» dw 
asked when begot ^hes^ "A boy 
in my cfa» gave H to rae. He ted a 
pUe of 'tm. He gave one to tvoy- 

body m Oe c^s. His BiottMr ^ ted 
a oew telqp." 



HoOywood, Ftorida, Oty Maaago- 
Joiq^ Watem hat Unsd a Ssm to 



tdui tte Oirior oin trf the town's 
ArWdii w^. AMiough the color 
is lieiBai^ naiiy people compUmed 
ttal ttqr didaVw^ R. so the oH^ 
iag Oty OMMntekm d«:ided to ia- 
Virt m dM ^HMMh waterH;learii« 
pia|eet 

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Eight yeui ago. Mr. Fred Bloct 
of Woodkmd, amwnia. was offend 
a A^ie choiee by a judge: '*Wm 
paf jmir a^ tte money you mt 
he* <S7S0 io bade idOnony) or fo to 
^" Mr. Hock <Aose jail, em 
tto^gh te ted Ae money, becaiae, 
te i^ttes. "I aw married to ttat 
amMa 25 yean, and I just didal 
lUak Ac dMctved it." So. Mr Block 
^ In Ae oeunqr jiA, year after yw, 




pi^^ totoire aad resuling detec; 
tive stories. Hn tropes started « 
1925, te iqfl* When at the age of 
32 te gsi mnried. "1 waited lo 
bag," te adds, *an Ae good ooei fpi 
by. She never bdped me. She was al- 
ways OR a dM, sot never got cno# 
to ^ Aad Ae was always warting 
to go dawHag." Evny once in « 
whfle Ae judge e^MkA him in and 
aAed tf te*d ehaaged his mind, but 
Mr. Mode. sMMnmas evcr.isid, 
"No. and Tib newr goiag to." A few 
we^ age. however, tte judge took 
tamm iMo hM own tends and M 
hhe 4nt b fr wnr it was costing the 
mam^nho weuA to feed and k«p 



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Oitf Sehoel-yiachW-The-Moiith 
award goes to Kandty Make, age sn, 
lAo tt«n near Irvi^, Texas. Ha 
ba^ o^e tv Ima'. two masbed 
pototo nmdwidM»— wlA mustard, of 



Suburbk Tod^, M»ch 1961 



. In 1909, the Botton ftM, m trying to im* 
prove pMki niition, pve iway 700 CMMt 
nadc ii tte hm O^ooa ebooy, to u aaajr 
towH fa New Eaghod. wUi die piovte Aat 
the auM he ^vea to Ae tonni't oldeat ratdeat 
•ad dM k be puMd oa to any l u ocee i fii^ <4d> 




te Miloai te> aot beea Icpl ia 
trkua, UmU isk/ul, itiB paMet 
it ahMf. It hat reee^y heea awwd ed to dd- 
at waideat Mr. Charlet F. naM»d, «iio it a 
hUe and hearty 96> 



We've only now beMd aheaC Wiaifred H. 
doodwU, d CUvelamI He^u^ (Mo, «^ 
whfle oM driwpg ooe «tey. coAded with ^ 
car of leha H. ENenea, of South Euclid: Her 
or abo ptted Mo dw ttepped car of Attrcd 
SiteaBo^ of Ckmeikmd. No tow wat aecet- 
lary, howe«w, tiacc MiN Goodid mu tum- 
'w% WHO dw C^etwrtaad Auto Botfy Shop 
whea Ae aecideaii eoemed. 



Detroh* Aen't a pdic ^ a by- 
foae ««, Ae SZ-flimi poiae of Oettaid Conn* 
9, Mkk^m* SbtKtm ¥naSL W. Iioai. Tht 
ridcn^ tB wdwueeia. arc oAdalfy caled tte 
MouiMed Divitioo of die SherMTt Dt^iartamrt. 

waiJkent fwginffii, caipefllefi« ud jnea fton 
the vwioat pntf otion. Ridog to pboea mo- 
tor veUdet OMt leadi, dM petee icaich e t hi 
for hM cfcMm tf hnatt dowa 
, nd it it oAed oM for daiMer duty, 
tndk «Oi«a^ ad pemdea. Mcariws ai« de^ 
vliMd mMI ftwtlrtwd «Mi iervioe levohwa, 
hot Mch maa s^frfiet hit owe hwie ud wcit- 



ftolMHi D. OOeer^ nvho Ovet oeat Gkatm- 
kmrf, Ceiim^km, layt tfMrt ^uuih dwee't 



a i^ in aae^Mfhood hnicheonette warn- 
iag. "Pleaae Do Not laiuh Our Watoi 1^ 
Tippiag IheaBt" iben k a iman vHifte bos oa 
each tiMe, w^ a tlil acroaa the tc^. The biHC 
it labeled **Iaittlti." 

Froei aa (kw*go, Oregon, friead oobms the 
Mowng fsod advice: Oop. tt tee^ deteM 
the taaeB irf irieoliae. Mid we arc WoraMd ftat 
a itroaf doai^ of tobacoo arouad your lot 
Une wfll h^ «Hieoiira|e oeU-4por and dowa> 
th^dodc poodiei ftoei eajoyii^ the Ca^itiet 
<tf yow fimtt lawo. At a matter td iuA, our 
friend, who k a chaa^en cigar uaaker, layt 
that Mftn- hit etwiing waft be piMet hia dgar 
Mdw H ttait^ 9pou around hs yard, and 
it's vny effective. This remedy worica with 

thiTll tf. too. 



Lait Mvdi, whea the teadm* of a very 
profvetrive aurMry idMxd ia WidtefieU, Masao' 
chuettBt Hked ha ftnr-year-cddt to draw 
dwairoda for St PMridCs I^y, oaty lix of 
the 14 little individualistt drew pieen oaca. 



Ia die reahn of unusual statittici, take one 
tbu it Ae pride of MemorU Bend, Texas. 
TMi towa of 250 familiet mraibert twetrty 
teti ot tvnm Maeng ttt cita^uy — one multi- 
^ Iwdi in every 87, a figure that taa beoane 
a a^htnare to statiatidaM. 



Tbaa^l 4t» ^ tip, Uoyd Lowndet, of 
faffaadfi. New York. Mr. Lowiriea keqis ci^ 
hoiAi aad toew eyn tad washen and aH die 
rett of that tay nob m <xder by ffiuig them 
in die oooqiartnia^ of en^pty qg boxn. 
lAlira all ebe it in daot, he reports, he can 
calm ri^ down by coatetnpbling die re^ 
meatatiOB in hk qfll bwct. 



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"Atmha^ edvanae^ to keep in mind — in a Uxaikm 
like this tiKre are no Jom«s to be kept up with." 



Sulu^bta To^, Mmvh 1961 




SPRING CRUISES 

THROUGH m TROPICS 

TO SOUTH AMERICA 



3t4«iklawTMft SMiNfaratt1,110«|i. FmnlLr.: 
tt MiillTIM Mar. H A»r. 21; ts MUSK Miy 12. Jim 1 & 

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•t^ iiwiilirt SM latt h liM wwM. Y«l 
put ii It pm^Mfric WMrf^ i I iMmo aai 
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yM tnnttw f«M«ir. Jtlitr vnrtck ttt IH at Kk« Nip- 
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fff ttratfittatnpiGS,altl»mytalMMtMiii 
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liiit ctesi. air tiiimaij tnHli al artriia ttatwaws. 
Sipaifc fMtf. eamplfti aatartahnart prapaai. Tlwtt an 
^^ iMisteiiaadby.aMlfar.paiptewlMkaov 
^m tlnlMttlief«Wag.YaiirTravalA|Mthas«a- 
"^^ tab aai, if yaw te it llirtM. MB atraaiP 
far Hi ta fly IM way aai oiita tka atlMr. Saa^iir cM- 
HnOai ratas app^. M ranairitar. Thrift SaaiiB lalw 
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Tariet^ makes choosiiig 

a new <»r 
iDore oonYeDient ^ 

thaneyerl 

Onoe iantfe yoor Chevrolet dealer's, yoa'ft Urtfe 
to fed like a little Idd ia a candy ttoie. The 
mrtttytThit ihapet and ma and eotas and 
ipeSal delights! Thsie't something for c¥«y- 
body. IflSfiafaM fi» loziffy loveri. BaseoMMiiMioed 
Corvair SOD'S for bodget-wMchert. Rakish haid- 
topt, qiacious stttioo wagoM, the versatile 
Greenbrier Sports Wagon, thrifty full-sized 
Kscaynes, two Corvair Monzas now, oouiMing 
that 4-door down below. Ik^ in and <mt Shun 
dooci. Bounce on the aetfs. Look into Chevy's 
trunk, by afl mean. And if aftw a ndiile 
|on stfll CMi*t decide, just take any nnonber be- 
tween one and durty-4Mie. You icsJfy cant lose. 







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Where 
Are 

The Happiest People? 

A nationwide survey suggests they're in the suburbs 



BY GEORGE GALLUP 






Oif«ciar, AiMriUH iMNtwM o« IHMic OptnioM 



SOME YEAKS AGO, I uodertoc^ a study to find 
oM i^bo the fia^Mest people in Amerioi are, 
whope diey livci aod the ctfcamstances of life 
whidi seem fo coittribidie moit to hiq)piness. This 
aveatigMiott hasn't been competed, but enough 
hM bea l»vned to shed light upcm a man's duuices 
for han^ness if he elects tt> live in Oak Grove, 
Mo., ratlKr than ^. Louis, tx in Biimtf^am, 
Midi., rather than DetrtMt. 

In conducting the survey, our method in each 
case w» to ask peqrie to pbce tfionaehfes in one 
of three o^foriin—very happy, fairly hapn', or 
not very h^ipy. In ukfition we asked a bakery of 
tpiestiom about schooling, ocaipation, domicile, 
and wa^ of living. All major ppups in our popu- 
btion were represmted and in the right piqiwr- 
tion. In their answers, processed on the electronic 
mcbran and slide rutes, hy the data we were 
seekta^ m our study. 

' One of the more interesting fa^ that has now 
emerged is that people who live in smaller commu- 
nities are happier than ihose in the largest cities. ^ 

In fact, the unhan;Nest pet^ in America are 
to be found hi the tugest &im. Usually these 
pcnotts work in a factt«ry or at a nwootcMtous job. 
TTiey get their fun out of life by going to movies 
or to a b«r. They s^k happing not within them- 
wlvea but horn die worid out«<k. Religion plays 
a Riitti%«ly unimportant part in their Hv^. 

By owtrast, the htq^piest peofde tend lo be 
deqdy rd^k)us. Th^ find great pleasure in read- 
ing, gardening, and the pursaks normally identified 
with.1^'% a smalter commimity. Their family, 
|heir fiknda, and their commtauty mean-a great 
'Heal to them. 

Few relied on material p(^«»ons for happi- 
ness. "To live," as Ju^ice H(rini» observed long 
i«o, *% to function—" and a man does wA Amo- 



tion by keeping up with the Joneses but by fitting 
a way ci life where he is effective, accordii^ to 
the happy people we iMerviewed. 

These ^ides or conditions for happine» be- 
oune j^lparent as we processed the data Uom 
thousamb of interviews with the happy and the 
unhapf^, the functioning and the floundering. 

How do they relate to life in the suburbs as we 
know it today? First of all, let us explore first an 
area our 'irtudies sho««d to be vital — the bearing 
di reUgiott on human happiness. People who live 
in the suburbs are churd^oers. Abnost half <tf all 
adults in the nation (and this figure includes mem- 
bers of all religious groups) attend church once a 
week or oftener, on the average. In a recent survey 
it was fmiwl that 46% of all the adults inter- 
viewed across the nation had attended church dur- 
ing the prevk)us seven days. But in the suburban 
towns more than half (54% ) h«l attended church 
during tlK dfot perkxl. (By contrast, connder 
these figures from "the good old days"— in 18W 
CNily 23% of the entire popula&m vyere church 
imembers.) 

IT GOES without saying that the Femdales and 
Park Views of this coilntty qudify as the 
smaller communities where we fcMiml the la^e^ 
percentage dL happy ii«c^. And in the suburbs, 
of course, peofrie come naturally by the nnqrfe, 
personal pleasures like reading and gudraing 
«diich, <m tlK record, count for so much in life. 

But th»e is also the gmt queirtkm of fuiM:ti<»- 
ing in JuAice Holmes' sense— how effective in our 
new kiiK! dt uiban-industrial sockty is the man 
who sots wask store by his own hmise and lot, by 
his familiar round, in contrast to the boundless 
c^portunities offered by collective life in \ht city? 

To come to a conclusi(m, we must consitter first 



PHOTOWIAPH •« MLMM tM> 



the response Americans everywhere are making 
to die new society. Here the facts are clear. Farm- 
ing, which iBcd to be our chief occupation.is now 
the pursuit oi only a small percentage of our 
peagk — 8% to be exact. And interestingly, akMig 
with the decline in farming as an occupation there 
has been a sharp dechne in the number of un- 
skilled labcsms. 

Chir new society requires more education, maxt 
training, and our pe(q>le have re^Mided aocMd> 
m^. In the short period of twenty years the per- 
centage of our pt^Hdation that has been graduated 
from high school has i^ariy doubted. Within the 
next two or three^ years more than half of all per- 
s<»is in America will have had a high-school edu- 
cation <»- better. To be dfective today men need 
to be trained. And what is die situaticm in the third 
<rf om populatkm which is suburban? One in every 
four of the adults livmg in these communities has 
attended collie. The figure for the United States 
as a whole is one in six. 

To me, one of the nM»t interesting aspects d 
suburban life is the interest m edi^itimi. In no 
<Mher type of community can one find so many 
well-edticated pec^le, and certainly m no other 
type of community do so many parent want their 
diUdren to have good etementary and secondary 
education teaduig to a coll^ eduotttoi litfof. In* 
no other type oi community, in other words, have 
peq^ prepared themselves so well to live effec- 
tively in our worid as it is today. 

LIVING IN suBURBU is (^ftainly no sure road to 
I hairiness. Our investigation establshed defi- 
nitely that pM^te can be happy in almost any set 
dt circumstances. 

And having lived in a suburb myself for many 
yean I am vwll aware of the mass of material 

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<o MAU AMT or dme deooratioM* al yon need ii • 
nily of blo*B «||t tiMt en be laved for weeb 
befbre Enter (aake • matt bole hi aek ead of « C0 
aad blow ooaleats iato a bo«fl), fUm EMter egg djMi 
duplex GKpe |M^, pipe cinven, dear boMehold ceaHM, 
aad a batch of aejoiw aad ftm aad whatever oter 
tftaMdapi yOtt <h ff q f f . 

To nake Ae towns ok two pqpe deaaen twisted to- 
leiher for Hems, aad iNe iMo hole tt laiie cad of «» 
AH pelalt Matt as efMaped ealoiits ef cnpt p^>er (# 
per flower). Iris petals are coded o««r sdMOfs sod paiii 
to stems, tfaee op and three dowa. UgfaHy flute daflitf 
p^^ aloai ovtcc edjpB, paste three evcafy arouad egg, aitf 
pot reaiaiahig three hibetweea. SbmB catoots may be 9« 
at top to cover hole. Steau are woaad with green floni 
tape or ciepe paper. Add leaves at boOom aad place is 
your prettiest bowL 

All the bkds an aiade the saare wqr, basfc%. an^ 
draw the shaple^utfiae of head. wlap. aod bdi OB dod* 
crepe paper diat has beea paded toeetter. CBve to egg sad 
add sedans for eyes. GhK die oealer of a pipe deanerie 
the nodenide ofeadlNid,dieatwideadsdownsad 
krouad twig, braadi,'or perefl oa whidi bird is ^ ke 
attached. ^ 

Fiaalfy, to aialGe the tulip ^f^ draw tattp petals oa 
udes of a btowBOQ aad canMy eat away with manioBe 
«^«Mrs. The ftedier the ett; the oader dds wil be. Attsch 
|Mp«^deaacr stea sod thea <|ye the egg. Proceed as with 
othd flowers aad ptooe hi a low axtfaiaer. 



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mofooiAfm vr PAAS 





SHbHrbk Today. March 1961 



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What 
Ever 

Happened 
to the 
Dining- 
Table? 




BY JOSEHI N. BELL 



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It used to be a family forum, morning, noon, and night. ..and it still can hi, 




SEVEiAL YBAU Aoo my w^ and I came to die 
ooBVielkMi A« a ifiBiag locMDi mi^ b^ us 
ftditttrB aonie of the gnwe md aofid valnes dat 
we feund aan^tm m^^ m tins tcneration of 
toniy Ihriie^ We ivne also weka^ • means of 
te-enrrirBiiitiag Snes of famify cMnmnwcaifioo, 
wludi had become frayed and unootaift. bi the 
GODfinioii and tasde of q)lit-levei Ihring, somdiow 
we aeetned ouMe to find eidMV the time or the 
oppoftuaity to viud liit« to ow tluee dbadiea, 
10 that WW were beconoig ^iitua] itnagsa to one 
aaotfm. 

I ap r^iosherwldi duime die^^ one ci ow 
oeii^bt^ who had a dau^ltfer in ovr aoo't data, 
ooasMb^rted w OB 1^ nomkiatim as daas piesi- 
dott. We dkbi't even know irixNit 'A. Wh« we 
qiimtionedhimthrtevenii^heslwigiedjmdsrid, 
"I chifflio. Everybody just seemed to be so bo^ 
alt die time that I never foi a chance to tefl you." 

.Scarriiii^ cm own dhildhood for'chies to bet- 
ter c om m tt oic a tkHis, my irife aod I IcNnd t^ we 
bonk aisociatfd family acd^^ks wtth die»dittiii^ 
nxKn. We lemenAmed oar chadhood <&d^^ nxMiis 
as ^emaUy populate — mth relatives, chiUfen, 
frieads. Tli<»e was always an exchange of ideas 
foim 00, 'Slid not just aaKMig i^trits. C3iidiea 



were listeaedtt) mow dining rooms — fotnedtb 
widi UwfaMS and patience and understttM&ig, 

There seemed litde dme for leisurely Usteniflf 
in our own home. Meids woe vssaS^ hurrkd and 
f&joiBted; carnal <&mer guestt posed aU sorts of 
k^stical ppoUems; and a laise family (bum 
raeut a series of cant tables scattered about the 
house, ^viiig k die a^iearance of a night dub— 
with iriwut die same potoitiatties for groiqi coo- 
versMioa. When we had somediii« we wasted to 
discuss widi Oe chfldren, we found ft diflkdt to 
get diem togetter and h(^ didr attention (hkc we 
had diera. And I un sure they experienoed the 
same dUBctdties wiA itt. In this Btuadoo, n^ wfe 
and I determined to try to offer ow chBdien a 

reawnatrie fscnmOe of die sort <rf family foniffl we 
hadkaowa. 

- Two diliigs wne lackiqg: die <&iii^ loon and 
a suitiMe table to go hi it. Neidier was ea^ to 
£tad. We qwddy discovered diat in neidy am- 
stm^ed h(»ses the dinmg room is s|)pnaaidy 
e^itfMl in cost whh an indoor-swhnn^ pool. 
But we found a rich vein <tf dhung rooms m older 
houses, and we finally boii^ one widi a dfail^ 
room huger than the living room. 
The seaidi lor an adequate dining-room teUe 



took afanoet as loi^ 'IVhM we're tookiflg fei^l 
wouU Idl die fuBiliiR salesman, "is a aii|e 
table ditt wiU open to 1 10 iwhes. We doat mil 
it to ooBvert hMo a eoiee table, or anything di^ 
We faA mnt a piain, onttaary, sturdy, cuoiba^ 
•one diaiiii-nK»i tritfe.** 

The salesraaa, ^owofaif at dils persistent aeftr 
•ease, woidd reply lesd^: "People don't buy tliw 
anymore. They've been outof-date for yean.* ^ 



Arum WEEKS CH* SHQPHNG, wc found jMl 
wluu «« wne loolQl^g for m a secoodlMd 
store and bought koo die spot 

Atllcst, like thec^dna, my wtfe and I regaide4 
die #dqf room aomewlHa Mtf-corackNisly. Pff- 
hapt, we dioa(bt, we should reserve it f or lOir 
occasioes-odteier parties and fsmily hoiidsyi 
Thai, haiifily, we mdeiiocric some extensive »- 
moddh^ hi our fcitefaai aad terf to move &) As 
ditthig room for oar evo^meds. ^ 

At ftrst, we fek i«gaely unccNnfortable, «i tf 
weaimg a too-wett-^arehed shirt Ihen gradusly 
a aibde change bi^aa to take place. 

We dhoovered dnt the giice we*«e always asked 
die children to say before meals somehow sounded 

less perfunctory aad more appropriate arouoddie 



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A ^^dm-room uMe is likely to 
be the krtnt conOmioia fku space in 
Oie htmse--im attroction for off. 



you move one in and gather around it 



diiaag-room uUe thaa it evw had 
in the kitchea. Abo, the duktren, 
who prevkM^ hid ben wotflm 
thefar food ag qukUjr as poatible 
ttBdheadii!^ for mlmown r^kxis, 
b^an to linger oceuaomlSin at die 
table and bring up subfectt they 
had idkiom before Coined vidi 
Oft, pj^aonal problean and some- 
tinKS family grievanoei th^ had 
\aDg beeo onnii^. Convnisation 
b^aa to flourish. 

When A was posnbk to move 
baciL to the kitdien, we didn't go. 
We had le^scoveied the dinii^ 
room, and none vi us p^pned u> 
give it ip. Since then, the dinmg- 
room table, the laigest Gontinnoia 
flat SttitMe in our house, has be- 
CQIM|the focal point of our famify 
UfC^Ahnoat every i^ sees it in 
use. Frequcnfly, there's a two- 
hmded game fd. rummy going on 
tt one end, letter writii^ in the 
midi&e, aid a scrai^wok being 
paOtA iq> or a c(»nplex model put 



tofetfa^ A the othn end. 

Hie inddeaoe of vdemsansor 
watching has dropped sharply. Our 
childrea freqneittly study at the 
table, their legs circled about the 
dttir rungs m a squirming feenzy 
of enforced coocentratioo. This haa 
produced all sorts of subsidiary 
benefit Studyii^ with one eye 
cocked at the television set, ^ther 
wistfully at an enq)ty screen or 
st^mrttcally atdie inevitabte West- 
em, is a thing of the past 

These three indi^^duab, iHio 
once disqipeaied to their own parts 
of die house and stayed diere, have 
become acquamted in a jdeanntly 
qwDtmeous sort of way. They ^rc 
no kN^er sinqdy oompetiton for 
family possesions a: boardors vHho 
convene tlvee times a <faiy fOT meals 
but rather part of a famify i^wip 
in which a vignuit sense <rf loya^ 
and cof^eratkn is stirrmg. 

We have frequent family domers 

wift u|iwar& of n doaen rd^ttives 

Continued 




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SmbwMa Today, Merck 1961 



13 



from their daily feeding of 

PUSS n BOOTS 

Good nouriahment from a balanced diet means healthy, happy 
cats like these. And a daily feeding of Puss 'n Boots gives quick 
results— in a flossier coat, more enei^ and a happier diqio- 
sition. Start feeding Puss *n Boots today, and see the difference. 







Diet of Champfons 




#^Kw mmmer orpai, Km-L-Biakit Iniiii mt tfte imtim i/mr Av 



Concentrated Ken-L-Blskit 

twice the power of lean beefeteaki* 



*Ken-LrKdut » a conoeraraied kibp 
bie. Ounce tor ounce, it piovVkm 
twice tiie ^dories <eBCfiy<iw««r) 
of tiie mort flavorful toan beefiitoek 
you can feed your famHy. And un- 
Uks ao Buiqy other dry 6og fooda, 
Kea-b-Wridt Ja not "blown up." 
ThSm meam. cup for cup, ttoa'a 
man fvoidn, mora vitamina, wtm 
mtaerali, more of eymy nutrient 
ftm do( k known to need. 
Ba^anae Ken-L-Biakit doca ao 



much more, you can feed ieee of it. 
Hence a moat happy econrany. And 
dowoinmtMkii4[«mcAea the great ^ 
flawir fd KOTi-L-Mritit. MiA«a for 
beat dtfOltiiMUty, too. 

StiM« av«ry bit of every Ute 
worla to a«ate the pedioMidMmi 
and wi^^dof ul qmit of a diaminon, 
it'i no wmider Ken-t-Kdcft ia the ' 
worid'a lai«mt4eilh« kibUed dof 
food! Now avulaUe at your fav<Hr« 
ttefsodatOTe. 



KEN-L-BISKIT 

OffkMl totti m MOM Awr i caw lUmid CM» »ww iN» o« &^ dof «M»ds <emkkmA\ 



Dining-Room Table 

CoNlbwarf from p(^ 13 

-HHidB#^| Ae cMdiCM galhtiwl lAom one table, life 
iavile other fw«s more (requMl^ and fpeiid nuiny sUnii- 
li^ hows vift then at the ttMe after dinner. Thnw|^ 
these pAheri^ oar duUnii to* leaned respect for their 
dden Mid for <&ieiittago|**w Md lMN« been intoo^ 
to the woadeffiit woild of idea*. 

Muaen have become put ol evn^pday Hving. Our cha» 
drea have levaed aot to ipeakubea aoneooe else b talk- 
by, to leat the iraneaMi. 10 oier lit Inte aad sometinies 
ttrufe fRNp a pny» of thaidbii^vlilg thM has me«ni| 
and fobitaao^ to ^ piOieady aad not rtuS themselm 
Oh, ihejr titt ■oMetfanw Ime lo he fen^ded, but they^ 
leareii^ to (fiadyufe dieie icipaHMHtiei with gratifyjag 

rr'^^RB Htf Btn« m ewAidaMiy iMevett on tlie ^ 
1 of ow ehidraa fai tte MMite% faeits we f requea^ 
hmtB to «&K wldi «. At oar tavlMoa. they now stay to 
U^n to after-cfiuiN coovas^oo, own ofini^ an oo» 
aioaal oontifhiidoa or queatioB. We oneoHnge this, and 
te d^dveo have developed a heaWiyearioiity and respeet 
for oporion and plilloio|ihles aeir to dwaft. 

Bat moat impoftaatp we've iHuned to oommunicaie— 
aad theeby have grown, both at ateaBy and as individa- 
ala. We talk about new plays aad hooli and movies. Wi 
diacaaa die ahadea of meaaim of aewr vrerdi, and we thrab 
over euReat eventt ndtafy pad htaiedl^ ftBce we have a 
fteqiKflt division of political opteiott. Bat aow h is frieod^ 
iHa^recmrnf, aad il adds up toMlBtaaoe ia our chiklre»- 
a viitae, jadeed— wiale prmrvim th^ iaiNviduality. 

We leoeatfy routed oar boose for a year to take a i^ 
batical ta aaodi» part of the ooiMliy. AI&oi# our teiwtt 
had his own fontoie, he looted loai aad bvingly at oar 
diaiaHoom ttble, diea aaid heriiaady: "I don't have aay* 
thii« I ouB oae m thM looai. Woold it he out of line to 
ask yoa to leave yoor tdief* 

He tas it asar, iMtoar hIelBiBt. 1 ooidd ^ fromie 
ipaik la his eyes wiiea he saw d» laiile dM he's one of ai. 
hby our tiMe oooMbiMi to Us tody as it has to om. 




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"Cm I him my snemmce na^f" 



14 



^kufNa To^, Mmtk 1961 




How more than 850,000 lawn owners have 
licked their crabgrass problems with Halts' 



Introduced by Scotts in the late fall of 1958, Halts 
has worked wonders— even in hardest hit areas. 
You apply it before, crabgrms sprouts. 

'*W7% HAD exceptional reiulte with 
W 1 



Halu in our back ^rd last y«ir,' 
write* a lady in St. Loui*. "It even con- 
vinced my skeptiail husband." 

"Halu did a wonderful job for me on 
a jMirticuIarly ttubborn ara^rass<x>vered 
front lawn/' report! L. J. of Cranston. 
Rhode Island. 

^Nt get letters like these every day ol 
the year, from grateful people who have 
finally discovered the way to keep crab- 
grass filtm ruining their lawns. 

The \ay is astonishingly simple. It 
take»4ess than half an hour for the avor- 
age lawn. Yet it gives results that no 
amount <rf hard wwt onild equal. 

Halts tt an invisible banrior 

Each wmmercrabgrass comes up, chokes 
out good grass -then rt-smds itselj and 
dies. Halts stops this vicious cycle. It ere 
ates a barrier on the soil's surface that 
prevetUs cral^F^BS s«ds firom coming up. 
With the accurate Scotts Spreader, you 
quickly blanket the entire lawn with 



tiny Halts granules. EmA particle is more 
than a match for the wiliest cra^frass 
plant. Halts lies in wait, then strikes as 
cral^rass sprouts. Halts also destroys 
grubs, drives nniles and skunks away. 

When is the right time to apply Halts? 
The earlier the better. A good time is the 
first nk% aftemo(Mi. 

fluted Halu..." 

"Early in the spring I used Halts whidi 
I found very effective except for the torn 
that I missed with the spreader," writes 
a lawn owner in \Wnche$ter, Viii^nia. 
(Scotts smmer crabgrass contnd, Qoul*, 
mak« short work of such occasional 
CKapen.) 

"L^ sfwring when I used Halts," re. 
poru Mr. W. G. of Albany, N. Y, "I got 
the horse laugh from a lot of people who 
said diere wswi't a»^thing that would 
prevoit crat^^i^ But now ttey 8« and 
a^;ree that Halttcan do it. My ncighbow* 
lawns are infated with crabg^aM and wi 
my side, Uwre is mx cme sii^le plant!" 



Halu doe«'c luurfli prass 

Halts is death tocraf^nras, y^ it hm the 
luiique ability to let good grass sprout 
unharmed. 

Think what th« means. You can sow 
Scotts seed (and give it the iKilanced Turf 
Builder^ feeding it needs) on the very 
same day you apply Halts. No danger to 
the seed. And no delay in seeding. 

This is a good example of the way 
SoMU resfiurch has croited products that 
work tc^hcr— m a program— to make a 
better lawn simple and sure. 



INTRODUCTORY OFFER. 

SAVE*5.00 

when you buy Halts and the ; 
Scotts Spreader together 



With crabgra» under amtrol, this can 
easily be the best year ever for your lawn. 
Your nearot SoHtt Program d»l«r now 
offers a fr^ Lawn Program Guide that 
tells exactly what to' do 
and when to do it. Pick fS^OttS^ 
up your ropy today, 

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SUMMER JOBS 

FOR 
TEEN-AGERS 



BY LYDU RATCUFF 



Six million of them will be looking for work— every tMng from cc^-sittingl 



Tms June, wfaoi tdaod doms and s^kk^ 
books are drat ^t, more tem-agoi dlu 
evR bdott wOl be kxri^ for wwk in a wciid 
whoe the denumd tot thdr aervioes seems to be 
it^eniqg, A miHioo ol dmn, k a true, wffl be 
needed to hMi«tt croiM . - ■ shawbe<tfes m Od^hw- 
nia, ixm in Kma^ v^gi^dries m New Eoilsad. 
If undreds of thmwmds <A ttem wffli mto on 
trtte and watohowfdiachCT ev er y wli eit. Resort 
ttRSi inn bire dtem^ m foroe aad lo jip loeHcrem 
miMEMbiren and solNfaudc boMeo. 

ModoB tinm have bcoH^ Kme aew iPbs oMo 
the so^e. ''fool^lnii^" b one. Last yeu, €0- 
fonua's Vn Nuys Vdey smr 471 «Nr nvlnuriw 
poeh bmlL'mmti^ monh okI a part-tirae Itfe 
^aid is now aimoA a nee»i^. Ilie sbott^t vi 
domertie he^ te brovgte M a boMn In ninuB& 
biri9 



Itot modontimes have dK> tidim tone tiaifi- 
muBsm j(^ MM^. Bectric golf offts and 
whe^yomr-owu are fq4acH|g maay eaddin. 
Tboe are (ewer cwner grooery mset to lue de- 
U«My b(^ Eat^ yoMgnerii^ tries to ind iPEffk 
tto WMMW wM hoe apt oaiy mechfnictf eo«|pe> 
titinriwt ahK> 'on|)^ftian firora Oe mttosa of 
other tt»»-a^»v t^Mbig for a Qualify bi^ed 

To look at the dark side of the pktm% tiie 1961 
job mirt^ nM be tte t^l^ in ffl(»e thn * dec- 
ade. !ifea^ a Odnt— -^Mte than a miBiMk— of thoK 
«4io bry wtt pot f^ a job. Aad the Mf^OD b 
j^gtofttwone: unff baMMhaveo^h^j^to 
flmid tte b^xH- market, f^ m ^ey are ov^oowd- 
n^ the i^ocrfs. &iys BU DAea erf Ae Nalimd 
CcMUBteee on Ea^lo^eM c( Yo^ TIk 



Bitt OB tfM biiihlBr side, in spile of the swistics. 
great nnA^ of itmagM* shoitfd be Ak to 
^^fa^r t h e mt e h es gmtfriBy, lor tt hoA mefully, 
tins rasaer— tf tih^ kaow hom to go ^wut it. 
Uuy Qtsum06em are wdy to back them in 




The Na^nil GsauiMee on ip^loynient of 
Yooth mAa ttw piiMmm ciymA ^q^ment 
and uM^ h^ Irnb ladastiy, jiwsnmeitt, and 
lirivMe d^»s. the JNiMe Bm i luyHiem Service 
h» aMte dnui l,MO«lbBS»lB tveiy sate, to help 
ytw^ P«Vfe set j(^ Yoirtli B tt^ ^ u^fsna i %rv- 
ioN aomsa the U3. pcaHbra a jtaOar fiction. 

Seveid laie wAobmikmt^bmta, iod insur- 
Mce cc^MH^ tave i^ # wmmmmMBa im>- 
paoH for fttture fdl-ttne leciuls. Imenitfiooal 
fti^Kii Mae^n, for txm^ tas enednnged 
tile #edtoQitfe heik Iqr IM^ a few exceptional 



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yoiu^ tdattHti.Oiie eadiima^ h^b-iciiool rtu- 
dM boai <>dar FaB^ fowa, started work «■ « 
eqmtanttl baofc i^ tte oKi of tinee wedcs he 
had ooaple^ pfonaauned a ^ne of ticiitedc- 
toe. Soon ^ier, he imt 3;20O vacwun tabes to- 
tBth« to p^ a cha W f iii h^ ^uae of dm^ien-- 
and wn first pilae al the hbiioBtf Scieace Fak . 

IBM's 12-4mek "Opeittioii Qade" piograiii b 
new an vounl eveit for a group ^ C3iieHo h4^ 
school SQiioa. Thb Munmer the oon^aQf wffl 
iMj^ aa advanced floentifio^iaUm pacram. 

Il jter |wts of the eoumiy indaittiBa ipQiisar 

"jm* dabs (Jiniior EaiNMettat Tedhrtied So- 

dety) wtKh aOow ^h^chool s&ideitt to work 

wtth yoJPttioiwIs ai w«iydw« ftwi ^pdotroiis 

10 aotar ftttiMca and makig OMiVuta** 
Loal fov^idieats are aUilg the ioltittive la 

some aieas. Wasinigtoii, X>C, has an Odd Jobs 



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The U. S. Government offers many opportutUties. Ha* a thzen ymtng boys stmly gnnini rvles <^ forestry. 






pool wh«e tom-agers caa ftid work (^iportiuikies, 
aad te yaea^ oan caa psttidpirte iaii carrier 
boys' defivery ^wficate. Berkeley, Gdifoniia, has 
a "Wtxkmn^" pvapam to oo^bbie paid park- 
md-trail laamteaaBce with tiaie o«a foripoit 

The Fedend fovBamest, too, has lamched a 
(Moad peoptHi fcr nmnerjob sedKcs. the 0<^ 
So'nee Owwmiadoa &ib positiou m t^fiHeea 
Fedend iffeade^ uid jobs tngi from mrtew- 
ole(gMI icanscfe for die Weigher JBtaem to petro- 
l^mq^MenaigforttelBteiDrD epg tm eat ttid 
archaeology tot ti» Smtiasotutok lastjlrtoa. 

hi olhar OSes, sdKM^ local sovioe groi^ aad 
dtiam' assocfatioas lame ^peavheaded die ddve 
to h^ ^tt^^^ffos fiad work. J& Haaeocic, Ifiddr 
pui, a «»»( area, h^ scfaoote (tf n^ a 2-d^ oowae 
tt> umM yomitiBri Hbc csseatisls of lesoct tmd 
ton^ wok. b MJuweajwIis, a hteket Godea 
Ihragrwa pMs di^i oa to fuia-job opfaiiifs, aad 
fai Qxhahm^ Loi^ Ii^ud, FTA's frcm aMuby 
towatlwve a **Jii^ Dqieoddries" ^eacy to 
traA douva odd jobs. 

ONE or THE SEsr sohitiou to die job prdrieni 
is lotted ^^ pfDIpaai ia floo^ Idaho. 
Five years ago die YMCA foteed foroa wMi the 
SmtWB^^Ita^fmim.Se^^Aec,mttpmmsfkiymeiA 
afeacy at a YMCA oBice, aad Uied a lelephoae- 
aaWMsr^ letviee lo^ndle calb. N cw ipapeis 
doBMsd ^NKse for pubficity, and Bobe's auyor 
hmached the pcograai at a inB-atieiMied bieak- 
fi^ pu^. Ti^y the pkm m a teife, wooosf tf 
^idMvor. 

b IMderhiOt kuwa, a "nuBOMf-iob comiofttee*' 
iastroels yoo^Hm hi setf-sdeaanBshqs pioce- 
<tow lor Jdiap i^k i ^WB , aad tdwiw how to hdd 

a Job. A "job dbdc" resMds yo^ ^t HV^ca- 



tkn Uttdcs mwA be oeatty filled mtt aad quidifica- 
tioas well desoibed, diat sboa are aearly always' 
aeoessuy oa the job, thirt you dmi't ^Mt yma 
emflaya w& a "Hil" iHien j^ arrive. The cHnie 
hasBMt whhcreitt wnm. 

Pddic «Vport caa be a greitt he^, but the busi- 
ans of job^fettii^ is largdy 4q> to the poioo wfaQ^ 
aeeds a job. Theier arc a auinber 'at pcmtters the 
Nadoral Committee oa Enqdoymeirt of Youth 
siiggesia for teeiMtgers: 

1. B^o kx^dof eariy. Easter vacatioo b. a 
good time. 

2. Start at hc»ae with relatives aad fikods— 
siidi specul contacts acoMiiM for 90% ct suimner 
jobs baded. If yoa teve neiwr been aw^y tm the 
saaamer, it b beA to taiat a job near h<Miie. 

1* Know your tal^is, and ^ofe Aem spt- 
dficatty. Aa empkiyet «nuds to kaow vimt you've 
good at md i^rt yoa've done SDCoes^idfy b^oie 
— at home, at sdioi^, or ia a pievioin part-time 
job yoa have had. 

4i Kaow the dkOd labor bws ia your state — 
your tmfltoytr piay aot kiww Uiml They {Mcsetf 
ao reri bating to wammet enqdoymem. hformaUy, 
onty "haawdous" irork su^ as trw^-driving. 
usmgpownmadwmy.aadoparibig^vators b 
fraiaddea to Aoae uader 18 duri^ v^ttions. 

B. WMc% the w»it ads ia your k)al paper 

4UmI oontect kieal i^BBcie»—Statg En(dc^Kitt 

ServicM, kIkxA oapbiymeat office^ ^c., »id 

make qi^ic^ioa wkh toad businesses. Remem- 

bn to stj^ «4iM you caa o0»r them. 

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SuiurUa Today. March 1961 17 

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(butordywUhStmwbemes,Pinecpple<mdC9ieTries) 

... or any <ith«r ffrtiit your heart doslroa. own particular favorite make Sara Lee Cream 
Sara Lee Cream Cheese Cake with fruit is an Cheese Cake a dessert that simply cannot be 
exciting new gourmet expoiraice. Plump,^^||«^^ topped for sheer eatmg deU^t. Ifeve i% 
ripe strawberries, chunks of golden JBjJPpilk your way today. At vmr favorite grocer's 
pine^ple Juicy Bing cherries or your ^Q||||£2iM wfw, CompMy baked, ready to mm. 




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SUMMER JOBS 



Continued from page 17 



<• Don't ^ve up eaify — many vacation reptacement 
jobs opm iq> in July and August And some work is better 
than no work. Be peftutent and follow up att potMi>le leads. 

7. CoMkict inlCTviews uid fill out aj^ication blanks 
in a flutture nanner. Remember, competition is stiff. ^„. 

t. Chedc on the rqNitation of any iwospecuve employer 
tf yon don't know it already. Ymv public empk^ment serv- 
ice <a yonr school may be able to hdp ym here. You warn 
a job, but you don't want to be exploited. 

Mai^ teen-afcrs will crnte woik for ttienuelvM. They 
can start their own odd-jobs pools, <fopatcjiinf hedgje dip- 
pers, lawn raowNS, or fence fbtxn for an afternoon or a day. 
They can oipnitt groups to stage chSdien's birdiday parties 
and walking tr^. Thrir can puUkh a newq)q)er for a seMoo 
in a mart area, or they can s^ tq;> weekly piqipet shows. 
They can Gooduct personal shopping, seD home-grown vege- 
tables, or read to ^ut-ms. The amount ol wwk and the 
ttoney^ brfaiVi d^end on die rescHtroc^iiness of the teen- 
agers thenu^lvn. 

AND IP dB tise faib, dtere are stOl two oonstracdve 
. courses (^en to the yoi^ person who cannot get 
a job Ala wamaotu. He can learn a ddU that will help 
Msue fenm a jd> die next year. A summer invited to leani- 
ng to t^, for instance, is u viduabte as aiqr job. Or, he can 
volunteer to do ai^ number of thmgs, wi^out pay. Sddal 
moKka eveiywfaere are in need ni free help. The Junior 
^Red Cran iccntte titoiaands of vdimtoer teen-agers every 
Wr to pfifnie bawkiges, serve meals, ud read to patients 
b hn^iftals, The American Frkmb Service Committee has 
^MUBier "i^nn" prdgrams for bigMdnol ud ooflqpe stu- 
dents who live in *Srork camps" and do coo^nn^ve went in 
ne^ ueas. In rec^t years, AFSC poups luive built a low- 
waier Mdge for a settlement in die Kemucky mountains. In 
Lame Deer, Montana, diey bii^ a recreation hall for an 
lAdltft^niiie. And It Port Defiuace, Arizona, diey built a 
(dayground for Navajo Indnns. Other teen-a^rs go to Mex- 
ico every year for similar work, and othen go abroad—to 
work auttps in Italy. Paldstan, Tai^anyika, and muy other 
oatasxm, fm overseas imiects, they must pay as mudh as 
$60&;^ili«_this fee can often be covered by scholarship funds. 
With the oompetkton lor jobs so tou^, why will more 
dum hatf of lil U5. teen-agers s^ out to f ace it diis summer 
and ione even go so fu* as to p^ fw w(Nt when diey could 
go lAnfiA on befall ^wrica's la^ leisure class? The fat^ is 
thtttoday'steen-agnrbHching toachuoe to try hb wings 




FobMieer work-canp \olt$me hard, rewards are great. 



even if it means fljni^ in the fooe ct grim tfatistics. Ife is an 
imm^^rant in a hurry to get to the adult world. Champs are 
Uiat money is not tiie only factor in his diinking— most ol die 
money earned this summer will go for milk shakes, movies, 
and ctoches. But the freedom and indepenleMe are vitally 
important. He wants ieq>onsK>ility and he wants experience. 
He wants a /o6. Furthermore, accor^ng to many experts,^ 
hesAouUhave a job. 

"Young peqjk," Bi Orfien sa^, "wiU not get die qualifi- 
cations demanded by our preseil-day labor market by magic. 
Eiqierienoe widi a summer job can be cruciid to them when 
the time comes fnr them to get a permanrat job." 

Ev(» if a yooi% person has to pay for working die return 
on that small uvestmrat is very ^reaL How many teennigen 
oouU ton a potential etn^oyet they haveset up a toch^fed- 
assistance program in Peru's hi^ Andes, twilt houses m 
India, or woriced toward intemadfmal understanding in 
Pakistan? These, and many odier wlunteer experiences, 
serve m a stroi^ recommendadon for any job any time. And 
the same digniQr, indqwrnfenocand experimce go with a 
volunteer job as widi a paying one. Both rqwnent die same 
giant stqp toward adukhood. 

This summer the expoctaition is that 43% of all the boys 
and 22% of the girls will get their jobs. But the hunt wiO be 
diflicidt, uid many young peqrie will be squeezed out. StiH, 
by usii^ all the resources at hand, plus a large measure of 
thdr tjiwn imi^ibittkMii, att young peof^ idiouid be able to 
find some sort of ti^efol wc^. The sumn^r job may pay, or 
may not — or may even asai somethu^. But the teoi-i^r 
who irants it «id gets it will be the winner m any case. 




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Suimrbia Today. March 1961 



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That frcsh-from- 
a-bandbox feeling . . . 
yours, when you 
useTampax 

Eveiy pri knows the ne^ to feel 
iiraiuculate when all the odds aie 
a^int you. You can stand good, 
htmest, ^mng-in-the-garden dirt, 
butyoucanlsUndaloaorperKMial 
daintin»s that nu^t be thougbt 
to be your fault. 

The Tampax pmnme is petsonal 
daintiness < . . Tampax* absorbs 
internally, not externally. Think of 
the difference that makes! No o<tor 
can form. Nothing can show, no 
one can know. Disposal is per- 
sooally itthieved within the privacy 
of your bathroom. Incidentally, you 
can, of course, bathe while wearing 
Tampax. 

Pnbaps you are still in your 
ten» aiul therefore think Tampax 
may have to be deferred until 
your twenties. Many, 
many, many teenagers 
we Tampax. It atan£ to 
reason they would — for 
not the least of the 
Tintpax advantages is the/Wmfom 
of aetkm it gives you. And teen- 
agers are in(»e active than anyone. 

Try Tampax. Just try it— that's 
alL Your choioe of 3 absortmides. 
RMilar, Suptf. Juntofi wh ci e vCT 
soSi products ate sold. Tampax 
InofHpMated, Palmer, Man. 





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SUCCULENT 
FISH 



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SHELLFISH 
FAVORITES 



From Lake, Stream, or Sea 

Come Fish and Shellfish 

To Highlight 

Early Spring Dirmers 

MELANIE DcPROFT 

FoodEdiior 



BmNLEDTKOUT 

PindHse one S- to l^oc tMm for caA m^ktgi tf 
dMbw^ Amove head md iae. Rjme treat qricUy 
ifflder oold nniata^ water end ^ ttioni^l^. lAHh 
cevity of JA wA iert fiwcfc irmehig ead yieUe 
tcMmiriy wjtb tertert ilawii MiMi and eell. 
Mo* MMit imeroMfy wtt Pn»di dnerieg Md w- 
r^ie Bi a greeaed iaffc. riiyiow beka^t p«i or oa a 
liroier radc. ftott trout riiout 3 io. fiDoi lounee of 
beet S to S mia. m ee(* aide, or ratt flik lUea 
eMfly; bnidi ertth dreaaiag Ani^ bra^g. RoMve 
trout to bealed lerviag pfa^er Md fumah wMi I 
aie l a wedg ea , and aatat aprlga or 
(See photo.) 



SPICY PEA(»ES 

TO ruTAU: ABOUT 15 um, 

(iibw fbout J hr. for feacka to mivhtUe) 




1. OMriMae Ae icaerved tfai^ wM the mnaym 
fa^edieal^ «to^ peadi hahrn, in a sMcqjen. Bn^ 
mixtae to hb^g. itirring untO wagu m dkaohed; 

10 ^ikmtit Today. Manh 1961 




BrtOed Tnttt a a e t o mftrn ki bf Sfkf fmdm 
In Rmemary foMtry SMb md a fmh vagtUbk 



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com and wuMr about 10 alo. to Mend flavors. 
2. Pour hot aintp eainun over peach hdves hi a 
bowl, oever, and allow to «aad for 1 hr„ 



S. Ikahi peadi hahrn fhoroi^^ Md lenc in Roae- 
nary Pai^ She& aa m acoompnnMat tot Ub, 
aaeat, or pootoy. 5 



KO^HAKY PASTRY 9mus 
TO nerABc: 25 um. to mua: 10-12 Mm, 

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1. SMflourMdartM^abo«Haadttffiaraacnary 
Oit in shorteiriQg frith a peatry biesder or two faiive^ 
oata pitoea ale tot of tnag piet. OradHally ^rnnUe 
a nixtuicof die ente and laaoa jukse overflow 
nixtnic. sttanng t^My with a forh afler each addi- 

2. Oalhar paltry into a ban and rofl out about Vi in. 
thick on a Ughtiy flouted luiface. Cut into^roondi 
abaot4Vi n. in dkn^er. Shvc pMtty o«w bada of 

laiie MuflfaHMn wefli. (Sheib ihouM be about !6 in. 
deep.) Prick paatry with a ierfc. 

S. Bake at 42S*F 10 to 12 min.. or uotS goMea 
brown. €2boi fm^ aligMy before i«movii« to coei- 
Ing racks. raiWi die Spfey Peai^es or aadeahed. 

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wmam rmom wnv saws mipreme 

TO rufom Mm gool: mmn ZS mm, 

« alaaaad ftwil JPMI, • to H ea. 

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1. Sciito«ehiidiaiidflMft<Milnut,ifdeaiitd;rinM 
treat qniddy mdar cold nmkm walar and pat dry 
with afaaorbeot paper. Coat l^hlfy widi aaaaooed floor. 
S. Heat buitor la a fauga akilal oier aediuBt bnt. 
Add trout to i||ii| Mdeoak $ to fljak.oa each sicle, 
or mM Nght^ browned and flA fldtea eaafly. Tnot- 
Cir to a he^ed aennng iriatte^ Md garnM with wMw 
cnaaor^ataieyaitlipa. 

3. 1oiM«paiv«eaitta^ add dto onion aadgailK 10 
the biMter io the aUMet Cook UBtK AtottiOB ia fokien, 
•tirrtig occ aa lo n al l y . RMuvriaid diKard die gariic 
OnAidy add the eman. toMte paate. olives, and 
tolt, rtirhig ooaitMitly: haat thmnqHy. Serve uuce 
hocuMi^fimtt. 6mamp 

Traw wkh tmamifiyff taMar— Prepare sod 

CMk waart MGontfB^ to ittectioaB fa 81^ I awl 2 of 
ne^ far Fna* riwr ivM Jiaaiv S^imia. To pre- 
paro aauee. neli14 cup haMor owr law heat Stir in 
1 tabfeapoon leami Jiriea and H cap drained 
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TU* rittent mmp it at Itmptin^ rich as a Unpte. 
TO w»MXt AND cook: 35 Mm. 

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1* Hatt 2 lable^pooM turner in a iUcjB^ Add oniiM,' 
eilHif* iBd CHmt; tfiimf oocukmaUy, codi tuaa 
oeioii ii (oidw, 

1. Heitf 3 tiUMpooas Intfier ia a Itrge saucepan. 
BleM hi a v&*3mt ai die.flour, salt, and eayenoe 
p^per, ttirrii^ oontai^, Imm uotfl auxtufe boMrfes. 
Htmovt from heat, burring ctmstaotly, gnukially add 
dM dhidben iiroth aad dam ^uoe. Btaid in the otOon 
wxtnre, MtiMs, aod tay Intf . Rcton to beirt «id 
br^ to iMNiiiit. tttrrioi oooatantly; awo- and staun^ 

3. Remove tiay lof. Sto- iriwut 3 taMespoooi <tf ttie 
hot oaohire i^> e|g ydUu. ImmedUtdy retivn egg- ' 
ycOt mixture to tnioqira, itivrii^ v^oroiidy. CmA 3 
to 3 mto.. stirrmg co^tenily; dlo noi AolT. Stir in te 
cream and lot»ter; beat thorou^y. About 8 tervbi^ 



BAKED FISH WITH SHROIP STUFFING 

TO prepare: 25 min. to bake: 25-30 min. 

1 2-toi4b.dN«adwbii0iA,baM,«r 



1 cap elM^pfed tntk m* ' 
I cap Nfl Itvad craaba 
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1. Rtee flab under ^Mld rumiof water; drain wdl 
aod pat (fay wMi abamboit papa-. SptvsMt &h cavity 
IMWouiIy with aaU. 

2. Comtmie in a bowl the tknmp, mudiroonn, Iwead 
orumbs, odny, onion, puiley, and a mixture (tf tbe 
seasonlngi. OraAutty pour V4 cup mdted butt« ovo^ 
brad mixtuie, tooii^ N^tly until mixed. 

3. Li^tly pile puffing into fldi. Fasten with skewera 
and koe widh and. Race teh in a greased large, shal- 
low baking pan and bn^ with a mixture dl the cider 
and 2 taUe^ioou melted butter. 

4. Bake « 375"?, tamhiag ocentonaHy «Hdi cider 
mixture, 25 to 30 minutes, or uotfl fldi Ibkes «mly 
when pierced with a ft^k. If additional brownmg is 
desired, place fidi under broiler 3 to 5 mim^s. Trans- 
fer to a hnted ptatter aod remove skewen and cord. 
GaroUi platto- with apriga of pwrdey. 

4 to 6 servings 



Hydwgftad vcaetabie 
ar cMkiBf oil for 4e^ frH*g 
pi. •^■tan, weO ibalaed 



WHTTE SAUCS 

H«it V* cup batter over low heat. Bloid in a mixture 
of ¥4 cup Soar, H teaspoon sail, Vi tei^xxm as^m- 
sodhun ^Blaaute, and H teaspocMi Madi pef^eri 
heat until mixture bubbles. Remove from heat Orad' 
ually add 2 cops milk, stirring (instantly. Continue 
slimng and iMing rapidly to bcMling-, co(A I to 2 min. 
longer. 2 eu^ stmct 

OYSTER4»OTATO FRIES 

A tritp potato afoting odds flavor md texture to 
oysters served as an appetizer or supper eiUree. 

TO PREPARE: 25 MIN. TO DEEP FRY: 2-3 MIN. 

bad, 
ar cMkiac oil for deea frviaa 
1 
1 
M cap dUefc Mar erwuB 
% caploar 
H taMpManh 
H trMfnna ifainairf wh 
S caps flaely shradded 

1. Heat Uie sh(»tening to 365*F. 

2. Stir the sour creun ami a mixture of dry ingre- 
dirats into the beaten ^g. Combine with the pc^tom 
and Urad thonw^ily. A<kl four or five outers at a 
time to poUto mixture. 

3. Drop mixture 1^ taUe^ioonfuls with an oyster in 
eadi qwonftil into ^ hot fiit Deep fry at one tane 
only as many oysters as will float uncrowdetf one layer 
deqi>. Deq) fry 2 to 3 min., or until golden btOMi. 
Remove with skated q>ooo and drain over fat before 
ranoving to absc»bait papn. About 30 

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NEW KRAR BLUE CHEESEJRESSING ! 

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Try tt »n ham orturinqr aandwioliaa. 
•raaton alaakl 



0110 taate and the temptation begins. Those blue- 

jMiwI ' hiiiili'i <rf Uuetteaw onunble cm the toagi^. 

in tte DKMtii. Th^r come wrapped in a 

OMiny^aootii dnaraig. Hie tntore u 

Hie flainNf » oninhibited. Nataial^ ^m 

ii«atnm«. Ai^ why njtt llkae «« mue Uoe cbeew 

ttnt Jura's wer be aUe to onmt in (h» ho- 

Awanig. (^ffiiliiiwi mali^ emild make 

it tide good! 



iumekHn on 9miatim ...... ^^ 

So t»ilel( y»w «in tlitn It ^,^ ^^^P 

wtth fiHIli or Kraft Mallan Ora^nflt ^P ^V 



pmrfmei In m bmkmd paimto 



Wendorfui on tomato** 
or**«feodl 




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"AUct, ttudedded lo slop aeekbig yom opbihn 
oboM tvtryihbtg, Dm't you MUt tkatt a good UmS" 



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your lawn is the new 
2r' Seaboard spreader! 

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spreads value . . . tte new Setf»ard 21" siKeader at $SJO el tie 

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Seaboard Lawn Product (5000 sq. a size) or 5 lbs. of 

Seaboard Graa Seed. See your Seabowd deaiar soon. 

• Fil TX" •Mtlk-aam ttM, alift 

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Succulent Fish and Shellfish Favorites 



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OYSTERS ROCKEFELLEB 

topiepare: 40min. 
tomke: t5-20MiH. 




1. Dntribyte cMnti aalt evenly V4 
in. (te^ in • Mtamhakk^^b. 

2. PlcpimwIAeaMKe, remove from 
btm, and vifoniinty stir about 3 
tablcqiKXMtt hot sauce bto tlie ^|g. 
Iflunediatdy return to mixture in 
lauoq^ sod cook 3 to 5 min.. stir- 



ring coMtanUy. Sh aside; keqp an- 
titfemaiB. 

3. Place flat side <tf each oytter sheH 
iqiand careAiHy open 1^ bisertinf die 
t^ of a knife between «ifes ot shid 
of^poste hifl«n. Ijooera the oysien 
from the tap diea and ytece Acm In 
the de^ half of tl« sheH; discard top 
sh^t. Arnu^ oytlers4a*tfi»^ens fan 
the hdi^ <fish on the salt bed. 

4» ^won 14 tm^poon shcny^over 
c^i tqfster, let bakinf dish Mide. 

5. Heat lie butter in a heavy skiOei 
0¥» me«fittm heat. Add onioo and 
cook until friden, stirring oocaiion- 
a^. »ir in 2 Ublespoom (tf the w^e 
SMwe, parsley, Worccstoshire muoe, 
Tahaaoo. and a mixtuf« of te sek, 
mon osod h a n ^t^WMite. pew>er. and 
nutm^ Add spii^di and Mend thor- 
01^^ heat 2 to 3 mm. 

6. Spoon the qnbnch auxtone ovr 
tte o^ien; then spoon te rmmli^ 
white wuce over tte ^teat^ Sjpda> 
kle numesan cheme ov«- sauce. 

7. Bake at 375*1' 15 to 20 min.. or 
until ii^tly browned Sen« imme- 
diatdy. tf mytHg$ 



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... the nor, eatler, aurer poto^tkm 
for those naort intimate onmage futjUoM 



What a bleaiag to be Me to tratt 
in the woMfeHiii girmkidtl pntictmi 
Norforms an gmt you. Noifcnm 
have a h^ily por fat e d new for- 
nnih that refeaKt antiieptic aad 
gemidiU iagredientt whh kng- 
latting actkm. The cachaiwe new 
bate flaciii at body tenpcratwe, 
fianiyag a pimcxfiil pfotedive film 
that iHMb (hitt win not harm) the 
ddicate tiMuet. 

Aadfjafonaifi h i dmmlpn ltt lim 
hai been^tQWd its a hui^tal cSnic 
andbiuid to be more efifective than 



aaytMag k had enet mtd. H^' 
krtm Mimutt (rather tten cswer 
up) emta rrawing odon, yH hmc 



odor t hem a clv ea. 

AndwtafiMMWMCii/TheKimaO 
fennane nppcMttoriet are m eaiy 
Midcon wBniept towacjiiM iwiiii 
no a^i^Mn, imidaf or aeamri^; 
They're greaadm and they keep in 
any dimate. 

Now a^^ilafale m aew packages 
0^6, aiwefl h 12 and 24., Abo 
avi^afak in Canada. 




on next page 
why new Improved 

ELECTRASOL 
IS NOW BEST 

for electric dishwashers! 




TERMITES THRIVE 

IN PLEASANT 

# 

ney do about $100,000,000 worth ofdmc^e to our 

in their own quiet way— and they like 



BY EDWARD R. SAMMIS 



Yaum Tom kmu wu quite pieawd 
with the howe he had jtat boii^ The 
f«mer owaer Ind »hM mmy itttra^ve 
toadws, iiki ttt deeontiw titet os te 

The thosipt si temilM Wfti& Mined 
Ae btiyer's hnd oMfl loi^ after he had 
dkMed the dad aad mowed in. Ihca one 
day M otacvned to Ub tett pc^Mft he 
00^ to htm nImpeeOsa. The decora- 
tive tUes weie die tait Amg to cal4 hb 
iaqairiag tyt. He ptM Aem fff aad fovid 
m ne wooti Peweaii vie ttaww iiaBqr> 



Did the tilei iadcste de onwr ksew he 

■oOfaiig loon QOtihl do 9kmtt tt. far die 
eaAamrtite m uriWdi he tfwed Ibd so tam 
to pfoim m ajpOH oM kmo of mpKf 
ciadoa. It oiMlttfli $4400 to pet Oe hooae 
hodE;iii^fe. 

Tcnritn ue a ttrw^^e, dcieuiiyietiy do* 
strain, h%U^ ofpndad form oC teeet 
Utt, duto sdencd to iniiUhwily itt '*^fiti^ 
u^,** {Mi iBvny jt»r ttey cMMeidmBi 1100 
OMifiaa liGfdi at duu^ to our hooo. 

They ate a a^ioaatti^ hpakaort every 
{MHTt of die Va$^ $tttn, uMi ^ eaaa e itiott 

Aad evea Ane, nd to ai^, Aey hn« ie> 
o^mI^ betiitt to iMifce thi^ anmiae^ as 



Alfto^ Gmmamoa offer an faH|pec- 
tioB aetvicse free df cte^pe» mtm hooMMnni- 

mm^poma^hofki$,ukotifhammt 
aM'% wont ta|ipt|i to me." 

Birt te ffiwe yon fca^v idMvt ten^^ 
the ^^f ffi fff tJMif inpe tfCCTBHiit f tpwl a^ 
for owners of wett hsnaes. OwMer Aeae 
lacto*. 

Termi^ prefo leoo^ bwh homes, bi 
dK (dd ifaqn^ hooiei were iBOte oftoi hoik 
flf eeto or of cgfreM ta the so^ <v ied- 
wood (M Ae iRtt a»st, lA of ttem wooth 
BM pattlMta^ to Oe femes' t^e. Th^ 
do n» woo4i «tf dK pme taE^, wed hi so 



$6 Si^irUa Te4i^, htmtA IHl 

wmmm 



mvdk of tody's ooaitra^aa, cipeciaBy 
aew wood wMch has die sap sdl hi it 

Tearites fiad a^ar ho»M aot coly tir 
Millie hal eaqr to hmalB heeaaae loo 
tmsf moAam ^hMo* Ml to tite d» 
prt^mr pr e t aatio aa. 

lBdee4 loaM praeiaBes* saGh as awee^tag 
the leAovcr nMmii aader the por^ mid 
coveriat it tooa^ with t&t, ^owfaig 
woodea jotes to cone ia chied oootoa wMt 
the gRiaad iHlhoBt h^ toeatti^ hsmag 
cmd^-hlodfc fowiidadoas or siqpports wkh- 
oot smftY diaii off at die top, ate al Qpea 
faivitatioas to termite hwasioB aad sahse- 
t^ptsi dsatiutSitw. 

The oomiaoae^ teiadles ne the si^ 
terraacae typ^ aad di^ me dm hardest for 
the aaioitimBd owaer io dneel aatt tfi^ 
have doae thev daoMite. IM^ hi eofamies 
■adef^potrnd beiov^ tort foc^ ^ ^ 
aeoem to Ae wood of a houle by Mm^^ 
ap iaride Ae wood» ioats. Whra ^ ntii- 
«ioa is aot avaBahie toAea^ tli^ eoostfiKt 
A^ om ttdin of ehmied wood aad earA. 
Th^ 10^ me aswiy hitriattle hecrnae 
A^ me 01^ bttih io die ^rarN ta- cradb 
of fonMtMn. It to oely ^m A^ aie 
loioelto hmid (»«a^ tt ^iMiw^m or pnad 
dM Ae %Jb*m en he seea. 

Oae veteao tomile Ighter nid t^ a 
seveateca years of haObg the hmee^ he 
tad a»«r tmxmmtei tmm om ectaif 
above pouad. ' 

rr<iu D»TKuenvE, c oa A woa a d^wh« 
JL «f Ae wood is dons If Ae weAei»— 
wMe, stBirie4 hAid c«ataies4iho piodnce 
the iood aqipfy Iqr coavmt^ wood ceBo- 
kise mfto aiolmiL 

They fliM food h«:k to the «»leay 
daoagh loqg snp[^ Baes, mktami 
tlwoaghoM at GoaiMt hamiAty nd ^}.^ 
peiaMn Ihroai^ taiossappfy. mi amum^ 
feat of tanec« engnemiii. 

WIA a Ae iamdiea* d^toactivmien, 
A^ aoeU oid^ lav a eetite laKaBadoa. 
It b r^d^ dhwM hilo teee ta^es: Ae 



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the new ones best 



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workers, the toUien, nd tte leproduc- 
tiv^ or kJBfit ami qoceas. Hie workers, as 
iK^d, aie ma&, whke, and Mind; the sol* 
dten fm UxasiUtik qi^tmes, ^\t^fped 
with tdmu/Ui a iM < BM es dnt can take a 
stzaUe hoBk OOl of ftnr traditiMial aiemy, 
the Vkmk aoL SoiDtf types have a noade in 
their tofekeidi nftich can tbooi a stream 
of pan^fiiagHvild i«aiwt an enemy for a 
(finance of aa tadi. Crnitkuud 




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IHMIIU T*Mf 



ELECTRASOL' 



NOW YOU CAN 

THE 





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No film! No streaks! No spote! 

3,187 teste in all makes of 

dishwashers proved it! 



In tote made in hasriatrm6jeemc^kmQi 

I^tpflvelar eomptttem ikowcd i^anei 
came out 7 A'ma infftte^/ Because exdia- 
live new Se^tnadcoiMlitMM«ater...eiMb 
Jmm flIofcMip.. . reieaw ft^wpny-^i^tm 
in oS diihwaiAen. . . for all-out rendtal 

get new Blue Ribbon 

ELECTRASOL 

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Termites Thrive In Pleasant Places 



The Idags wad qoeem have it made. They are 
fed ai^ groomed by the nKwlcen. the cok»y re- 
volves around tem, ud the queen alone lays tint 
eggs fnwi whidi the nextj^nentkm is hirtdied. A 
queen in Bri^ Ghinna has been known lo hiy 



ComAmtd from p^t 25 

HMce than duee nsiUon <^BS a year, bitt the oitfput 
of the North American type is much nwfe modest 
Kii^ add queens may Ihw for 25 years. 

Teimiies are vn&og the ddest of inect sfiedes. 
wdHH«serv»l qwctmen havti^ been found in 




fossib 55 milli(» ye»s old. They are Idad of a 
ftrrt cousin to ttie oodcroach witt aB of a cock- 
roach's dinabil^. 

There s Just <me time of ]«ar n^en diey dud» 
theqsdvoi known— anuudly, in the ^nii^ or the 
fiH, the JUi^ and queens bttt th^ wqr pvt of 
die colooin and swum, as a fwiAude to nating 
and ftwadteg new colonies. At tMs toe ^ Hfll 
ha«e sprouted wings on th^ long blade bodUH 
birt before they p> back undagro«ad the wingi 
biB off, nd th^ leave them hi a eaipet behind 
ifton, a ^tidaMgn. 

It is at ttis time, wto th^ are seen, tturt tiiey 
are easify mistakai for ants. But die ant is trim- 
wateed uMi a dearfy segmaKed body, wher^tt 
die teimile u of a piece and thick in the middle. 

In die past, ^ tubterraneoi termite was likdy 
toUe dormam dirough die winter. B^ as we have 
ioiMoved our ctmfort tteouih the i^cead of cm- 
tral heatteg. we have also extmded our hospitiGty 
imknowi^ to our umeen guest This ni^ be 
one of the facttn accounting for his recent north- 
ward push. 

There are maiqf stories of ii» duoage moa^A 
by termites. One of die most picturesque is about 
a French bunify hi an dd chateau in the pKmm»% 
wl» are sttd to have crashed. whOe at dinner, from 
die ditrd ioor into die bnsemrait whoi die beams, 
weakened by termites, suddady gave w^. Ter- 
mites usually stop short of total destruction, al- 
diongh diey hxw caused heai^ fueoes of forniture 



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IRNING HI GHEX MAN 



mU GANT RESBr 
NEW CJia-MHES 

FOR BREAKMST 





Com Chex fanatics, Wheat Chex nuts, Rice Chex psydioes! All you p^ple who love 
CAex like oraay. Now you can get 'em all in one pack! In individual package! Nine 
individual servings! Convenient! Variety 
every day ! Pr^her way to eat *em ! 

Get new Chex-Mates now! Yum yum! 
2ND WARNING: Chex-Mates is such a 
handy new way to eat Chex you'd better 
hurry before .normal folkd buy 'em all up. 




to f afl ttuoi^ ^ iioott uid loaie liouses ivlddi 
have lo|ifA|d far MHftli^BalDes weee b^eved to bave 
been ««id»Hd 1^ then flfst 

Hk bo ta e h o Mef 'gwttonthem naturally be^ns 
witb fwopca- boitd^ protectkNi. Beyood thi^ Aeie 
are eSeajtw mm yJOTnimh which are now avail- 
abte. Some of Am are water-tolubfe rather than 
|ioil-baied and tfaeielofe less expense and less 
injiiriouftBpintUb. 

Aa taiH^oai nd (faaauOic device for locating 
termMn tjfVmtbig to them at work was invented 
aboM tfaiee yean ago hft Dr. Craig, a Califomia 
scie^it, mti t^ppnwd by die Qdifbmia State 
Deptamm ef Afrieultue. 

By ilkldhig ji NMMfle into the wood, am{rfifyii^ 
the toond and piddog it up by earphone die 
chetiraig noise of Ae wmters munching away un* 
seen is mifwMed itnta it comes through lilce a 
ma^ScnoKMiiii a hwnbone. Dr. Craig's amplifier 
inroves {Mtticulariy useftd for locatii^ termites at 
woric in ^1 and rafters. 

RECXiMMENiMio methods ci itftack wUl vary from 
one exten^DMor to another. The most gen-^ 
eraily appioiied itf -out metfiod, however, is to poi- 
s(Mi the soU hi a ring around die house, either by 
trendiing or **i«Mifii|g." If the troubte can be iso- 
lated, a smaller, localized job may do te trick. The 
poisonfaig tak^i its effect on the odony under- 
grouad and alio ultimately leachea die wt^cers, 
eatnig awi^ at the end of the long tubes, because 




of their constant otmtact and habit of gnxmiing 
each other. Prices for an exterminator job may 
run anywhere from $100 or $200 to more than 
SSOO. A survey taken in a l^iddk-Westem state 
aeveral years ago showed an average cost o( $147 
tx 10,000 jo^ 

Exterminat(»s often reoMnmend poiscMring the 
wood, too, for this reason: while termites are eager 
guests, they are also hospitable hosts to (Mher mem- 
bers of the insMt worid. So pt»t is their engineer- 
ing dcill that they create a happy home into which 
odiers may wish to move— die de^ructive pomfer 



beetle, for instance, and the black ant, the centi- 
pede, and the spider. 

By and large, professional exterminators, who 
are to be found today in almost any community, 
are best equii^xd to deal with die i»oblem. 

For ittfwmation one can always write to the 
Bureau oi Entomology and Plant Quarantiiw of 
the U.S. Department of Agriculture, or to your 
state agricultural department. 

If you have any reason to be suspicious, don*t 
close your mind to termites. 

Close y(wr home instead. < '- 




7</2-P0UND 24" SPREADER 

does everything better! 





DMlpMd for tht tnnd 
to Uffhlmight •fuip- 



UwB — ding and care. 



Adastabk |o hQutdMrid 
utUltjr cart— carries 
leavw. aoO, eO^fbagt, 
cattiBfi— anythinff! 




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GRO-CART 



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Became it'a made of tough, non-coironve materiab, 
FeRy-M<»r8e*s new 24-iiicfa Gio-Cart weighs only 
IH pminda— yet it makee gardening nimpler. Easy 
to dean and itore. 

Why? Gro-Cart can't n»t or corrode. Salt or cli«ni- 
cate won't harm the q»eader mefdmunn. The pat- 
ented MidrojuBt meter can be aiii^ adjusted for 
handlmg seeds and fertilizing materii^ 1^ wheels, 
duraUe ccmstnictkyn, and setf-lubriotting parts make 
it stand up tor yrars under cmstant use! 

See the new 1961 Feny-Mofse Gro-Cart for yourself 
at your nearest gar^n supply dealer today! 





FI^Brtip OMtar! Micro- 
j^ handle tmeUir aeta 
quickly and ecMdy, wtm't 
Wa out «t ad^ntnent! 



Cfln'tmrt, eorrode, chip, 
or peel. Color* stay 
far^^. Sun and C(M 
mmtiame can't harm it. 



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your neighbor next door. Red Cross is people. People needing . . . people 
heeding. Generous fi^ople giving comfort and care person-to-person. 

In time of personal tragedy or national disaster, people 
turn to Red Cross for swift, unfailing help. This is why— now \ 
— Red Cross turns fo you. 



GOOD THINQS HAPPEN WHEN YOU HELP 





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I ASK MYSELF. . . 

BY SIR CEDRIC HARDWICKE 



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Inevitabfy. Ai Oeeiye Bemud Sluiw 
said of » oeMnled itaf» Mar, "The 
tfooMe uMl Ite h ttMt he's in love 
witli im wUtt Md ao wctat can afford 
01^ to l» fai low wM hinaelf." 

What iHlgaiawiaa dn ymi mm bo* 
ndl Piccadttly? 



I 910011 lulnd a» my wife and 
Ameriai m aQrnteen. 



How 4b yM| feel 

Nostal^aAy. 

Does jTMnr iMe affect jwwaodal 
Ufef 

A knIilMhoodMtates the cost ctfUv^ 
ing h^f&ai ifi l»eieL I udht from 
wh« aulN teamed air-tax. I oott- 
sider myiett a aquaic at the Round 
TaWe. 



dnwVUNi B 






lodi^ he> 



No. That k too much competitioa. 
He AatM go taito {wfiiics, w^ 

tboeiiMW. 



Doywi 



No. ftiotted aoyads OB televisioB and 

itere^phoaic movies oeate tezy UitM- 

:i|t W!qr pin tf the Uame OB actors? 

prmMt mm murn^ ti 



Shaw found ianll at lehevsal wfth 
the lait-«ct otpioiioB of '^Heaithfeak 
Home** attd donaaded a h^ger baqg. 



Hk stage manager asswed htm dutt 
cm qwnii^ n^t there would be a 
bang to remember and aoocntUngly 
warned die rest of the c»t to that 
effect. Wha the rae came up, Effith 
Evans spdce the Ime, then prudoitly 
cowred her AmX with her haadi. 
Nodiing h^ipened. The audience was 
hidfiray <^ of die thetfer whoi a 
sudden, thiradeious cra^ iHougltf the 
ceillj^ (town rad scat two j Aay t ioen 
to the ho^Ntid. Shaw, for <»ice, 
seemed satined. 

WluH do you tUnk vi pqrdho- 
Mudyaia Jb ihe i1mwMm> tod^r? 

it's not new. Hamkt could have been 
a crazy mlxed-up kid, maladjusted, 
emoticmaUy un^i^Ie, mi Uving in a 
tffoken home. 

Wkat ia jwar'Bdviee to ymmmg 



advke to yomg 



Try it on UiedQg. A 6og mcts lyrien- 
dicBy. I^aK him, fr^jl^ lum, and 
lum. 



Watch cab! 

WkM b 
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tike the poliie cenrte m a odeteaied 
Pimch cartoon, who wu «d»d 1^ his 
rector. *'How is your egfi" '*G<»d in 
pai^** he refdied. 

Db ywB waaA ywandf oa Ide* 
viaioa? 

Not tf I can avdd it, but an <M movie 
<tf mne b^nre bedtiiM wcxts better 
dumSeoonL 



H»w mn tlie heal aieliaig ^eda 



Mostly by «xid^. Tree, vdiose 
monMy wm K> undq)eadabk that he 
had a team <A {xompters ccmcealed 

After 50 years 
of being interviewed, 

famous actor 

Sir Cedric Hardwicke 

fires the questions 

and answers them, too 



iMMpM ffM "A VkMriw hi O^.-'btUMc 
« toM br Jm« iMvali. ® mt fcy Sir a*fc 



irixNrt te sbge, ouxf^Kytd a Mind 
man. On opei^ n^^ ha fin^nrs 
snapped <»nMandy to s^al die near- 
est promfMer tint help was needed. 
Yet Tree wm unanimcHis^ fimed 
for glvii^ an u^iired dmnftas^af 
tioB, with its oecvoot m^di^-die 
ftdfers and the attitude of strained 
Ibtentng, wludi die critk» fond to be 
tyim:al U those imfiMrtunate beings 
"tAio cmBaaeit see. ^_ 

Did yoa ewer have a dnrihnr 
experieaee? 

When I cot a fingrar ^ before gmng 
OB at die Birmingham ¥icp. A haAily 
af^fdied i^uter kqit that finger as stiff 
u a board throi^iout my perfixm- 
mce. The crkics, howev», tocdc te as 
an inqiiied bit df invaitiai^ which 
diey agreed quite made me an mi- 
usaai and inq^red acux. 



WlMllalke 



■Mnviag BMiBMnt 
hi thedMBlM'f 



Sedag Ellea Tory iriien she was 
eiote to ^1^ yean old i^y the trial 
SGoe of The Merchant Of Veaioe.** 
A* die ifipraadied PMthi's *^qwifiQr 
ci msKf apeed^t ha face went sud- 
denty Ueak and kMt. Sie stnq^M 
vaWy for a nmi^t, th» mowd 
down to the foodi||its. **I am a very 
sdfy oM faKfy," she said, **I cannot re- 
member whitt I have to say.** Ahnost 
to a man, die aw^nce shouted the 
linea and cheered as she smiled bu 
dianfcs and returned to her {rface. 9ie 
played Ae rest <tf the scene to an en- 
ttffaUed audicmoe. Coatimitd 





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I Ask Myself 



Continued 



It hi^ipeoed in BoMon, where I 
was (fifecta^ Geitrade Lamaice 
in "Pygnttfion** in • thmter that 
Mood aert doOT to a mcwie home. 
One n^tt, 1 open^ the wroBf 
itnge door by mistale and itood 
iMitted H^nng to myietf deliver 
akM^fecture — asArnddc^Rufby 
n the RJCO. verriM of Torn 
Brown's Sfffaooldays.'* 



Se^ raya^ for the im time m 
the movies. 

H«w mtmv 



Too many. 

WlM aliMit H*llywttod? 

I bdwve ttet God feh imy fmr 
acton so He cr^led He^fwood U» 
p9t th»n a i^ace in die sui Mid a 
inmrain^ pooi The imbe they had 
to pay una to fvmader th«r ttleirt. 



■a the SMfvleif 



aa nodi aeope 



hki nudtimillMMi-dollar producticHi 
can show you more than Siakes- 
peare. 



Are yon bored l^.a long ran? 

Vlien I Parted, ti»ie wM no other 
wiqr <rf eamtii^ a Uvi^ in die diea- 
ter. An amateur acts for his own 
)»joyment, a {MoA^oitol for ^ 
enji^ment <rf his aw&nce. '' 

What b the the«la>*s graMsel 
eonlraipMW7 rivd? 

The dn^MMe. nAere ym may gA 
wPj mood or emotim n a {mD. 

&Aw^ Today, Monk 1961 



WluM makm a good aetorr 

The ability to tell the audience ome 
abmit the part he |days than aa- 
otfier Mtorcu. S^flaily, tf six art- 
ists paim a horse, Uie best of them 
b not the <»e i^ woA taSaaA- 
0% portrays the ai^s^ b«M ^ 
man n^ on hb caavn te& yra 
s(Mii»him,abmit hoxsa thitt no 
other artist has told yo«. 

too yo« grt yw dharaetara jvm 
playfrMsafef 

No; ftom in^natkio. A perfona- 
aaoedKxild be a poirfenA pnM^ 
m d^ mho- tiuM t ptMsiopn^ 



ifow do yosi e iwa ae a part? 
I lead the cottact ifM. 
Hawaaatty iktf teve yaa i 



Too lew. 

Bav« ^NB csjoyad wrilfaf yoar 



Shaw ffiMt have die hM wofd, uKe 
it pnwfaks the ban weamtt. He 
iilced to tell AoxA a mm i^bose 
aWtty to utter ^Nwm ctf otrsa 
used to hold M Urtaos ^pett> 
bound. The di^ emut wlwa dii 
inonumemal bl^rfieiMr was oom- 
pelted to moN^ f«an his hoiue.-^|L„ 
^ st^p WL mitnde his iotmex 
home, the t«lgate d* die msnb% 
vM pew way, ud everyd^ be 
oamed in the ynoM weiiA t^d^ 
dovm the rtreet m tack and nmi.^ 
Ihe n^^d)(»8 ^a»ed in tcnw ex- 
p^:tatioa erf what wmiM be a Mar 
petformam%. But ow tero otf y 
dKMA Msl^id. 

"I c^oet do |utti» to diis ocoi- 
UM," he ugh«l forkinily. 



Nlefcel rMM, IWMI idiMi MiN, IwrtMiwi 
Md tawwtd. This tte. M^ |3.iO 4 kanl- 
wwt, prdM wpf^ wi dipwtaMM rtor« 
everynMn. Qlhm fran ^99 to %4.2i. 




rMMm^ Ml llf4-pJI> 
Wits Hy-P«Nr rmtrt «it tlw touiN^ 
linAt «rtni •nt-awir tear a brmt. Bl«fes 
new «tfgrt. 6nm "imM 6r^" 




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Cotumued from page 9 

«^ich has lately appeared "exposing" tfie subuiban 
dream. No one will argue with the observation — 
made at firsthand — that "all is not sweetne^ and 
light around the barbnrue jMt" 

But I would remind the critics diat suburbs 
life was a going comxm for 40,000,000 of us be- 
fore the great ej^k^ion of the '50s, the biggest 
migration in the shortest time in our histcny, when 
ten millkm people moved mitskfe our cities. As 
in any migration, there have been in this <me, too, 
„Uie niHtakes and maladju^mCTta and Jieartachw 
Ihat have |HY)vid^ the [Miblic with so much read- 
k^ (A late, dl of it provocative, ami some Ot it 
valuaUe. 



My ONLY CLAIM, on the bi^is ct oar nationwide 
invest^ation, is that tlK CMiditiom ci life as 
yn know diem in suburbia today are as fovorable 
as one can find in the whole <k AnMrka in tU9 
universal pursuit of ha{^>iness. 

I dwuld like to bring up two last points for the 
lake (rf tiKir bearing on the suburban environment. 
In a serrate inve^itfira which we made on 
hanMKSs as it has been eiqterieaced by those of 
95 yews (rf i^ and over, we fouwl tharexerci^, 
ipgie with reguhmty and not overdone, is habitud 
wfth m«^ wtw live kN^ usdhd liws. There is ik> 
need to dwdl, surely, on this advant^ ci die 
suburban environn^nt, the opportunities for eur- 
me whid) {Mvsent themselves, unfailing ami 
abun&urt, in all seascms, and over all weekends, 
whetho- «ndi town mow^, brornn, or putter. 

There is also an interesting correlation betwe^ 
unhai^Nness and rwlicalisro. When wt extraded 
(m invMt^ion vo Fran^ A was (^covered thitf 
most tA the perstms who were anununi^ fell 
ii^ ^ "wduyjf^" cale|p»iM s^ up by the test. 
Left-wii^ otgimx3ii&om have always had their 
ptittst strengUi where the conditicms for attainii^ 
hi^^ness are tout favoraUe. 

In niburbia d)»e are few radkals, few com- 
mumsts, few i^-wi^ oifuiizations— wluch is 
another way of sayii^ that the vast majority fbids 
life good in th(»e communitiM. 




"WeU, its about time you got 
the recogmHm ytm iexrve." 



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wiHi iKindy 3~IN-0Ni: 

UibficalM,ciMm,pf«««Mi( 

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iW EXTM (108,000? 

He can have it ... if he paduatea 
from a food C(4lete. For thM's the 
dtferenoe a ccrikfe educatkxi can 
make in hit Ufetiow earmng power. 

Tliere'i only one hitch. 

CoBaae applicationa are expected 
to dlMM^wI^M)Ule Rett ten yeu*. 
i^ the time your duld it ready tat 
ooHege, then may not be enouih 
room for lun. 

Tint n, unkaa you tuppoft the ool- 
kfe of your dioice today! 

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man fliNwn can te yawi, r^ in your 
own pnien. Mid IM year. With each ordw 
you ^ aa« dtractiant far fertlKitag and 
dabuddina. And with MMonairia cafa they 
tunriM iMMtlMfii win^, loo. 

Theta ara the iariest M ovar 400 chiya- 
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in ourfaMOiia imM fiiMt. You art a baati- 



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tML All four of tlieaa (oriaous MHaUaa 
•raoftarwl for only $2 pottpMd. Each is 
a stw^, ftif hr reelad |Mt<pown ^M ora- 
hitly pa c la g a d fOr guamitaad liwa^rival. 
YouVa saofl Ihata aarl^ flewerinik florist 
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Get A Strangle Hold On 
Crab Grass, JSfow! 

Begin with an tmderground attack. . .foUow up with 
a well-seeded, well-fed lawn, 

BY JOHN BRIMER 



UMi.t3s A MAN k a»mdeldy lodiSn^ to die ^ipe«- 
ttMse o{ h» h»ra {wbA to blade loda frcm ha Imm* 
tovmg neig}rt>«i), he wiU know aHw a ^^ season i^at 
crab grass is: Lawn-Enemy No. l.lBpiacticilfy^iectioBs 
<rf die cioua^ we find te (evades iachiig 0Qt« oi^ fssluoii, 
frooa the fwml piaiM to root at s^ jofalts mA make Mny 
{^mMs. ft ttas stei^ so raucft food and moistuK froa desfar- 
iMe pra»e$ dutt diey aie crowded out from huge patdws 
erf die lawn. Come aatuam, we fad die cnri> gnos dyoig 
wA tranig tonre — ft » an uaual — ieara^ a bidtt^ 
KSolMkam laira Ux the eadre wii^. 

In pHrpaiei^' time iiod»- 
falg oUKii avsiled 01 the fi^ 
to rid lawns of tl^ pettHn- 
ous weed except hand-pidl- 
ii^ and tluA was a l»^- 
hieaki^ job, to say die 
least But Kteoce has come 
to die akl oC Ae gardens, 
and BOW ttae sre^ sevetsl 
^tecdve tteitaientt vrii^ 
eiAo- fender the seed lorm- 
kss or kSl die ptaot itsetf . 
Becirae Ae diraiinds used 
ue sdbctive» onfy Old} pan 
b affe^ed, wide food, pfir- 
manoit grasses siuvive die 
treatment and IP on to flour- 
ish wttho^ g(»ijp<^ob. 

The most mxot devek^ 
raent m tUs Add is catted 
die '*pn-uua^gaot*' Wm, 
for when it a i^iilied m spro^ dw seeds tat kffled before 
gomuistioa, and dm no {dmtfs get tfarted. Siaoe wvend 
companin offer pte-aneigenoe IdBen, we cann^ ^ 
Utttmcdoia bat leooraoMnd dutt the WKubtta^i^ (firep- 
tloiis be liAowed to die I^R as to irtmi Md how to app^ 
tot b^L itMdEs. They will vaiy accordmg to fcmnula and 
dm^e. Hovwver, NOW is the time to acquire your pn- 
maxpaaet Uler so that it can be api^tted as soon as die 
recommoided time airives. 

The good feMue abmit th^e klDen » thtf teoA d diem 
may be safely fcAwed ato' lAwut tkee weela wM a scNnof 
of Mie-^^ Inm nujoue (or n^deva grus you have 
^osoi for ^>v tawB), nd these aecdb mU not be i^et^ed 
but inn get a good sttut bef(He die hoi td die rammer 
cmnes. These dedraMc ftassoi will oowr the hue spcU aad 
also fin ht bet««ei ^mm^ gxmag ponttnem gt»)ac$, so 
durt the lawn tlndiaB up and 1mv» ntde area for ^tere 
infestatkms of oib grass. The b^ WiN^xn ta the ^tt is a 
thick lawn, weU-M and b^t^ittly caL 

SbonM you nm the bottt wfth a ^^t^mstgmx kiU», you 




, You offi sffi gel a i^aai^lidd »d pie«i»tt 
dib yew^s cr<^ of teecb from adi&ig m not yen% cn^ 
pass woM. Ihne are a good may pott-em»g«ee kfflers 
on tte mutet whkik act OB oi^ graas «^ H h» qwnrted. 
AU Aould be tftfiUtd m euiy soauner, bdoie seed has 
fonaed. You have a dtoioe »lo how to ^ffy tikm: As dry 
giuides, didittwted wMi a meduu^cal spnadtr at the t^ 
med kt tem^ gms waed $ad i^pp^% hnm foods» or fai 
soMile lonn— eitt» powder or y^mil— pM on widi a 
qpra^. &aBe of thew chendciis any cwse t e m p oraiy 

bnnniiiig (V sl^ myuiy to perauuient ^1^ and erf oottfse 

the ondi gnus wtfl yiihiw 
ud turn beoim, b«t tte 
p»d graaes wiU leom^ hi 
a Aoit time. Sometunn a 
r^ei^ treMnoit m^ be 
edtted lor wh»e h»vy seed* 
fa^ of crab giau are ea> 
ooraieied or irii^ie f^^M 

flUMPdSB PffiVtfflW trWtfFWWt 

tow bec8 ipfost^s. l^ot> 
s^, a seoeM yna** tteH- 

cadoa au^ be fwdiriHBd, 
since cnd>-jpHa seed msf 
He doniiiM in die soil 6ff 
several yens. 

However, ooee yen have 
got lid irf one y^i^s cn^ of 
odi pass, die suiert way to 
pfeveitt te return k to tow 
joorf bwn fra» wad get ft 
eMaUisbed (» bare ^oto »d brtwe» Ae oAer snsam 
so thitt U wfil be duck and v^twowi wad kave no room 
for any fotnre cab-gtut etopi. Aft^ die summo^ w 
post-emeigtiKe treamM^ tte most frvnilile ftne lo j^baM 
tiw Iwe 9pou and to dddlmi tte hnra is b hMe Ai^e^ 
to mld^qKember in nwtherly areas and a littte later m 
milder cUrosries. Ke^ tte lawn weO-timiered lAer soa^ 
so ditt the t^ fk^ <rf good saa»» «^ gi^ a hoAAy 
Mart. Di»1 be akuim4 if you neep^ «b^ seet^^ (rf 
end) p»s— they aie amm^ uid A^ wU^ lAoi niiMr 
comes, wh& the perenniid lawn g^mm i^ cra^owe to 
pofw rooti ki^ ^^ (te ta|» have cettied ^miw powth. 
Give your hwa a good leedhig n Si^mriier so tfatt It 
wiU go thnw^ d» |nate m good sl^w. WdMe^ tarte-fed 
hums mtt be gie«ar aB mam nd wffl grt n ciufy rtvt 4, 
in qniag. «»■ Feikw die iasttuctioas from tte muHifao- 
tur» (rf ^Nv cnd^pHS k&r* wMc^^ caen^^ ftw a yntr 
a so md gn^ t^ot toeMmeiM m aeeded to eliaia^ crab 
pass bma ymv pudai. YeuV teve a ^^ btt yon*ve got 
vdiat ft tafc»—4eroe ldD»s and good seed. 



44 



^UmrUa Tmb^, March mi 



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"Pipp hxAi^ m the i^o^rts bt Oig i 

It smd: 'SmeU, getOe kmw for aek* 

Beiort the^ kmw U, Summon wtumthu way." 



■ Mcit fMUsen Asm ef mratac t fow-lei|ed, tmf 

espedaUy one Ott en cany several of hk Hvo-lened ■dmiien. 

fW cMldp» iroiAd b^ei« that )KNi cotiU write a IM» and midK 

this dream ctHnetnie. 
ExMfy that hiRNaMd leMotly to Peter and Victoria Jones, 

nd npp &Skm, «hcB Am p««^ icirt away tot an ^7 JO 
mail-Older buno to modd for a book. When Snpson aifived, author Lee Jones of P^iun, 
New York, and p^K^offUfim Guy GiUeite of neaiby Yonken pooled th^ children and 
udotft wad added the chumi of die htmo lo pioAice the season's noat deH^MM chldren*a 
bock, caBed ^'Skt^pton." 

The dAdrm were mofe-aaa-wilUng subjects for the firee-wheeMng and sometimes surprised 
camoa. Bat Stanton's own hamming— €roni duld-naadiflf lo flowcr4raii^iim[ to dodMs- 
cfaewiqf— won htai « pcmanent place in dw Joneses' hearts. 

Ori^nOy faitQHiBd to be rctwaed to the niBKMdnr hoaae, Simpson has happily settled <fera 
with thnn. They caH him "the raodd irtio ^yed for <ttuier." 



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"T^ tfi went 4aim to ikt ma^m to 

itKtthm.Hehailmi^, 

^mle eyes and a soft $rt^ amt. Sunpton 

pitf fUs worm nose m Peter's hmi" 



r46 Sulmrbm Today, Marvk 1961 

BJMMHI^aHPMHHMJia 




mf 



•BURRO 



M- 



"Sometimes he was a bucUr^ kronca. 
Sometimes he was a fast cow pony. 
Sometimes he was a famais ^mipec 

He ^eyed tmy game the boys chtae." 





"A iew days kaer, the fun began. 

He tet AexHt^en ride on lus back. Kkiing a 

burro 0vouih jwm^ fidds is so naidi fun." 




"Peter said, 'S^^sm can go 

to the mm-ket tmd a^ry grocaus htme.* 

Simpxm Bk^ Mf work," 






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Whether in the Mixed League 
(husbands welccMne) or tiK 
Major Lei^^ on Friday night ot 
stmiriy in the Tuesday 
Afternoon Homemakers* 
meeting (average 130). 
I^ies CMD the lanes are kxdung ^ w(»Mkrful thoK di^ In yxefmg 
wMi the snai^ new kxik m bowling estaUi^hn^nts (wtere are tbe 
drab "alleys'* of yesteryear?), bowling has become a 
dress-up aAifa'^ top d»igners are turning cmt q)ecial tunics and leotards 

and gned d^irts; womoft-aieadaiHittg some (rf their own favorite sports 
ckMhes 10 HMSdt teir dr^up-to^«d needs; and home sewers are 

iHsy running up tiieir own, like die fashions you see on tlKse pages^ 



NEW ! SureiSafe! 




PREVENTS 
CRABGRASS 

A single application right now 
prevents crabgrass all summer 




TMs print and stripe suit in 

arttan sateen with a 

shMi, deevekss ' 

overblouu, a box-pkated skirt, 

and a stuM-t jacket 

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txol tiiat really waxka . . . stamps 
ottt cnl^raaB before it geto a start 
. . . hartfk— to lawn grasses . . . 
otmtains tH> dangerocM arsenic or 
^Imt mrtaUk; p<MS(His that am 
kill birds, harm pets. 

New Rkl-wifii Dacthal W-50 
—una the sproiitiiig seed . . . and 
Ms ^ou dnn up snnir lawn at a 
sembte price. 

Pnt it cm ri|^ Aow to make 
sure it's tiure and irarking when 
tha seeds nwout. Youll prevent 
aemhipam «1 summer without ex- 
pensive repeat applications as 
wiA other chonicab. 

Doit mote effectively, too. Ex- 
tmiaive lawn testsjit iMfding state 
uiuvsnitMS nY> ve new Rid is betkr 
tiban 96% effective; goes £Brth», 
too! 

A siiui^ bag trMts 2JB^( n^n 
lawn at Msoort ^ bag than typ- 
kal controls avsohibk until now. 

Get Rid wherever ^uden siu>- 
plies are sold. Pot it on ri^t 
now. And say »Mdby to crab- 
grass iHvblenis tn» Munmer. 





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nmA trip^ icfulwly S74a2Q, now $450-or to Buonw Aim. 
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lllll V tRO nfllUM ^<><r 4'-^«y excursions on 
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Royoe powered InterDoMbientd Jets. Nine non-^op houn New 
YMt to Ri(>-toWBt diu round trip^ rqvhtfly $79026^4 now 
Vf9l.T0i—^net fUtf^ u> Rienos Aires, icfi^rly W«,t now 
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WKIM. TINHHI. Oioose a omnpieie vaaukM iMaed m cx- 
cur^sB Cue savn«k Sightsee Rio, swim at famous CopacataM 
Beadi. thriB to tke modon woodos of Braslia, see boomkif 
&o Pauto. ^UTfe (Ml basins. Ask yoitf travri afent about 
Vedal throu^ fares from your city. 



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your tensions! 

1 flut 0f mry tt AMrtetM hat 



llwse iweple need the VMtonUMdNif 

of all irf" at. a^ond thn, we shmld 

learn to und^Mihd our 

own anotkNal veemna, 

and toep ttem ftom m^- 

R^ life mi»9n tof m 

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Said for the flnee bookta, 

"How To DtAL With 

Your Tci«acms.'* 

Mli:lli8M,RMTatt,llT. 




THREE THOUSAND 

MEN AND WOMEN 

WHO WOULD UKE TO ENTER 

THE SECURITIES BUSINESS 

PuUk drauad for ttoeka, bonda aiid other inTOatmrata te 
moTing WALL STBEET to MAIN SBSET of TOUR town. 
HoBibcr Firasa of the New York Stodt Exchange and o^er 
Sceorittea Daaicra are opening oAcea from coaat to eeart. 
THIS IS TOUR OPPOBTUNITY to enter a profltable and 
prertige bnaiiMaa beeattse local plople who Iniow the tan- 
munitjr are preferred. 

AK YOU INTEKSTEI? CAN YOU MAUFY? 

You need to know the Taiietjr ci opening botii foil and part 
time and how yoo can qualify. 

No atock broker haa tinw to intenriew hondreda of appH- 
eanta, explain the buaiiMaa and how yon can beeome a 
CoatiffiMr'a Bndwr. 

THAT IS Om WSINESS. 
^ WE mroni-WE ANALYZE-WE lECOMMEND. 

We toeate intoeated men and women, f umtoh inf ormatitm 
abmA Hm opportaidtiea and requiremetita and, if deaired, 
aimlyae their qnalifk^tloM. 

Onr Director has been a Coatomer'a Bnlcar, Maimger of a 
bndwragc office for a Member Firm of the New York Stock 
Exchange and head of hia own bndwrage boaiiieaa. 
For over tan yean.he haa located pwseiiBd, analysed their 
q a a Hi t a i ti ena and re«miraended time qoalUM. 

E«EinrMANANBWINttMRie0IMEN»IYWMmSACCEnEO 

lY A KMKR FMi OF TK NEW YHK STOM EXCHANtf 

m OnER SECttRITES KAUR. 

FiU fai tibe eoapoa b^w for deaeription ef tiie openings and 
retpiirenmta. Emdeaa ONE DOLLAR, cash, check or moiwy 
order and MAIL TODAY to: 

STOCK BKOKERS PERSONNEL ANALYSTS 

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kadi. Oaiy SI .tS pM^aal koiu Spsar tminecr ing 
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11 VIRGINIA BEACH STO-NEWS 

Si t£ "SJERVINC VmCINIA'S CONVENTION CITY AND FASTEST GROWING COUNTY" 




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VOL. XXXVl. No. 11 



35 



TELEPHONE GA 8-2401 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AAARCH 16, 1961 



CLASSIFIED ADS PAY 



SINGLE ODPY: 5c. BY MAH. $3.50 PER Yl/Mt 



Beaeli Drivi 
For Hospftil 
Is Unchanged 

BY cofffucTtNd mmn 



Officials At Opening of New County Bank 



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Confllrtinf n«w»papcr reportg 
this w»ek concerning the p^lbil-* 
Ity of two hospital groups merging 
Into on« w*r« taM to rtst tater In 
th* w«8k am the pUnned General 
Hmpital ^ Virglnta &mch in ex- 
p«rted to ittrt lt« fuiMl mtelng 
campali^ «oon. 

A news relM^ a|qw«rlng In the 
Norfolk Vlrglnlw^ilot early In the 
week . indlcateo' that the two 
groapw,- «»' fThKtm Amw Pernor' 
ial and the General Horipital of 
VlM^nia Beach, had dlMCutiiied i^ev- 
•r»^po,*!ible slteih, one located In 
m area near Virginia Beach. 

tn«K^ morning the Vlr|^nlan- 
jniol fwnltehed a Mory «taUng 
^t tttelM^ ai the plahned Gen- 
tmi KwiMtel of Virginia Beach 
MbM Vm they litten^d Joining 
force); With tiie pianaed f^ltusem- 
Anne 'Memorial Hospltat. 

**T1wre haw be«n no dlacusslons 
hciween repMsentatlve» of the two 
groups looking tow»rds the estab- 
IlidHnent of a hospital ^aewbere 
than Virginia Beach," a stMH^M 
signed by George 'D. firoMc*. pn»l- 
dent of the General JfcN^ttaf of Vtr- 
ftnU ,Be«ch, said. 

The Virginia Beatl^ ffOU|> Indl-' 
>aled in Mm four^pme aOitMnent 
Monday that tt inten^d lo con- 
tinue with prM^nt p4an« — to buy 
the privately owned Virginia Beach 
Hospital, enlarge It, and ponvert 
It inUi a Aeftity ap»i to other ttoc- 
torm praetldnf tft the *rM. 

A fiuKt-raiimg ilHve t« due to 
ptart Mon. A Tttlid diiv» ttUr 1>rtn< 
i-ew Anna, M«iwrial HoHpltal faa« 




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•re ewyeetM Air the atate «». 
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tkw «i llcaew» M««ta ta b* beM 
at VIvflwte BMdi Hie it^keiid 
of lf^fi»mh*r 1»M. 

Vtrjitala Bm w Ii P tr U ice— Aaar 
Kaac w g Hj— < Cft. fC A. LaBt> 
hmm9 . MUMNimM «t the laat 
bwlMM weettag tht fuUewing 
eoMnlltpr chalmrtt: Prograni, 
mn mvmmm MMiftalMkeat, 
IMMV MitPtti MiM^. W. W. 

haawhig. MMtt ,f^vW; 
tlM, ClaaAa .»l«Mi*t 
I««rto SalO^ aad Ikm 
eqli^Mrat ja^Eiaf, MarTia 
MMrn. 

MMtlu|pi«NI aoeial jeaMMMteiP 
iHU be h^d at tte Oi*«lMlM 
DoaM. 



BANKERS RHME 

4H m Awm 

In a atut^se prMentatton dar- 
ing Its recently F%rm Credit Con- 
ference at Natural Bridge, the Vlr- 
l^nla BairiMrfe AaodaUon, received 
an awan! tor merlWous service to 
the 4-H Club vrork In tbe State, In 
maWnf the prewntatit^W-. W. E. 
aietton, SUie 4-H cnuh Aj|^nt, 
cited the n^My Individual contri- 
butions ma* i/y bai*er« ttiwm^- 
out thi terti to «l Cllib pr^ 
gramu B0 iMted thiU ttote ims in 
addltoB to the ^•egrtnui &m- 
ducted on behalf of all bank* by 
the Vtt^ta Bankert Awo^Wen. 

«ec»l«1ng toe awafd on MtaU 
of the itawoctatten waa Wrwl^ P. 
Daniel. «Eee«tfw Vta PreaMant, 
who a»t«4 IB hft rec^Www te- 
marlw that tainkera w»rt ^ud of 
th opportunity which »-H, CTul> 
%K>rk J|lf e ttt«n to be of servtee to 
VbiflBS'shm youth and that he 
waa acoipting the award kb a chat- 
tenge to the VBk U> be of even 
greiter aW^^ m thla arM lo fu- 
ture years. 

DUnJCAVi BRIDOff CLOTI 

The winners of the Va. B«aeh 
Du^cate Brtdji Club whkh plays 
each Tuesday evening at 7:45 p.m. 
at the Dttnea Motor Hotel. 

North4Bouth, first place-nMra. 
M. F. Dempe'wolf and Mr. Clartton 
Mei*dlth: 3nd place— Mrs. Claude 
Brownley Jr.. and Mrs. E. V. Cftul- 
fleld; 3«1 ptaoe-lMr. ind Mrs. A. 
M. Bwtilg. 

Bast-Wfrt. let pla«»-»^«. G. It 

Alcorn and Wra. U H- *o*an; 2nd 

place— Mr. and Mix R. N^J^irniaa 

^r: Srd pla^^— aira. Lao many A 

!rs. Dor Ick. 



All brie. 



, ?rf> arc invited. 




(Pho«o By Simmons) 

Thn was the letting fcH* the official (^nii^ last Saturday of the new Bank of Princess 
Anne.iU 7^10 Vifginia Beach boulevard at tte entrance of Aragona Village. From left, Rk:hard 
S. Holland, director, S. Paul Bro«im, director; W. Albert Hess, president; Logan Ritchie, State 
buk^ mmamioB^r Albert J(<»iaey,Diie^r; Fred A. Haycox, director; John V. Fentress, di.^ 
f«<^(tf; Finuik D. Tarrall, Jr., director, George Ferrell, director; Sidney S. Keliam, director and 
chairman (^ the board; and Donald Burlage, dir»nor. 



Virgliiia Beach Art Assffelatwn 
HoMiiig Annual Spring Exhibit 



The annual sjHrlng exhibit of the 
Virginia Beach Art As«oclation be- 
gins today at tlte Convention Donyf' 
and will last through Sunday. Tfie 
hours are 12 noon to S p.m. » 

Featured guest artiste will be 
Mr. William Hala^ and Corrie Mc- 
Galium. <>Mr8. WUliam Halsey), 
Charleston. 6£. Ttila huaband and 
wife team are two of America's 
outstanding artists, both b«ing in- 
eluded m 'WM's Who'ln American 
Art', t^ir paintings are IncHidad 
in'sueh eolbctiong as the ^lU- 
more MuMun> of Art and the Na- 
ti<inal Academy of "Daaign. They 
have exhibited at the Virginia Mm- 
■euMi or Fine Arta, MMropoiitan 
Museum. Art Inatitute «t,Oiicag«. 
aml'littiiy others. 
on« oC th# luogin ftor 




Arttat mMnban 
aoctation are 



specialty Is the 'Portrait Corner' 
:onthe Jefferson, Ruth Epperson, 
^ enrietta Hoopes H^th, ,Jane 
(ttenu>r«, fteitha Sedell, Frances 
King, Lena MacNamara, 
Betrie Tyler, Margaret Johnson 
and Cornelia Justice are among the 
portrait painters to be represented. 

Other exhibiting memljers are: 
Marjorle Behl, .R)lly Blackford, 
Helen Anderson, Sue Price, Walter 
Thrift, and Dorothy Stanley. Genia 
Rlckervon and Glen Heaton, who 
were last year's guest artists, will 
also have paintings in the current 
show. 

Mrs.' John H. Doyle, Jr^ is chair- 
man for the event. Mm. VKitUkW M. 
Jefferson H preiddent <^ the As8oc- 

.. I^«t year's stMiw was a mast aoc- 
««aaru| one. Owr l.ooo people at- 
tended on fiunday alone and this 
to exhft^ ^M^'* tiCllll^t promiaes to be equal 
l^la ywp*tfy^c<JftaM; 



the Beach Aa- 



Uemse Piates 
On Sale Here 
At Two Places 

Virginia's 1961 state license 
plates went on safe yeseerday and 
must be secured 4>efore (he 1960 
tag deadline at midnight, April 16. 

A.S in the past, state passenger 
car iteenae plates will cost $10 
when accompanied by a correctly 
executed insurance certification 
found on the back of the appHca- 
tio«, Motorists who intend to li- 
cense a vehicle for which there Is 
no UablUty insurance coverage In 
effect "^ ...... . 



Harold James 
Named Sports 
Figure of Year 

"This young man has excelled 
In sports and In everything he has 
attempted, demonstrating a desite 
to be ju.st a little better than the 
next felfow and he has accomplish- 
ed all of these things despite a 
physicul handicap." 

The>:e were the words of Fred 
Isaacs, president of the Vli-glnia 
Beach Sports Club, who presented 
tb« "Virginia Beach Sport.sman of 
the Year" award to young Harold 
Jam«i«. Jr; at the annual jamiwree* 
dinner of the club held at the Cape 
Colony Club Monday night. 

James, a graduate of the Vir- 
ginia Beach High School and now 
a student and standout athlete at 
Guilford College, was recognized 
bx Ahe „j^QU"laffleii ,for , Ws-jithJeUc 
excellence. Me wa.s- all-conference 
quarterback at Guilford this year. 
James has reached his present hi^ 
position in sports overeoming an 
attack of polio m a child, 

Bill iMcPeak, the new head coach 
of the Wa.shington (Redskin pro 
football team, was the principal 
speaker at the Jamboree. He told 
the Virginia Beach group that Nor-^ 
man Snead, the Redskins Nunjber^ 
one draft choice, is the best ^col- 
lege quarterback to enter the pro 
ranks in th past ten years. 

McPeak was also high in his 
praise of Ralph Guglielmi, the Red- 
skins quarterback, who he said 
should come Into his own wItt the 
experience behind him. He said 
that it takes at least two to three 
years for a quarterback to gain 
enough experience to be effective 
in pro ftjotbail. 

Fred Isaacs retired as presMent 
of the local club at the meeting and 
L. Floyd Patrick was installert as 
president for 1 Ml.* 



FORCES GIRD TO FISH 
STATE'S Rt. 60 ORDER 




Mhistrel Show 
Features Top 
Ruritan Actors 

The «h Annual I¥Incess Anne ! 
Puritan Minstrel Show will bej 
held at the 'Norview High School 
Auditorium on Wednewlay evening} 
March 22, IWH, and at Princess 
Anne High School Auditorium on 
Thursday, Friday and Saturday 
evenlng.<4, March &, 24 and 1^ at 
8 p.m. TTie Norfolk show will be 
spon«iored by the Chesapeake Ath- 
letic Club. 

V. Alfred "Jack" EVieridge wlU 
ag^ln serve as interlocutor, a role 
he has ably served since IftW. The ; 
show will Mature ten End Men, ^ 
all of whom have had considerable 
experience In minstrel shows. Gra- 
ham Dalton, a veteran of over 40 
years minstrel experience, vrlll 
sing hl.s version of "Down on the 
Ohio." 

Director and End Man, Jol«j S. 
M'oF^II. Jr„ has devoted a consider- 
able amount of research In an ef- 
fort to restore this production to 
its original form of entertainment. 
tMcFall brings to the show many 
years experience of participathm 
in shows In the Tidewater area. He 
is scheduled to sing, "I Can't Giv« 
You Anything But t>ove^" General 
Chairman of the show and End 
Man John Skillman Iras, in addl- 
tioh to a vocal nmnbtr, a new vkr^ 
iety of magic. Sklttman has de- 
listed audience in previous years 
as a master of ni^lc. 

eodaten jRrank Malhon and Mi 



Beappointed 




I 



OTY, aWMTY I a?ic 
GIOUPS JOUI HI 



Pli4KK W. rt>X 

Attn" SW jremm aw saperlatea- 
dent -of arhools ^i»r Vlnclaia 
Beach and PriaeMM» Aaae Coaa- 
tjr. Cox h«.s JIW4 been re4i|^olat» 
ed f(v aaother foar-yeat term to 
head both ayntems. Dnrtng hi* 
teattre ^ office, the ajrirteiaM 
have grwwB from a llT*«|Awt 
ofMratlon valaed at 94M4NII> ta 
ta schoohi worth im MMaiatad 
|t2t,tNm,008. 



Third Annual 



The Virgittla Hidnm^ 
mission has sttrred ap » C4tf- 
Dlron of criticism to iu prooowd 
abandonment of the 55l«<lapt 
i^-of'«niy on Route 60, fiat 
across the county line at tlhe 
south end of Virginia Beadi vM 
city, county and civic groupt itt 
mamhaiHng their opfN»ftlon ftetfta 
In an effort to have the alate wA- 
tinufr the «cea»-sWe strip. In th*» 
highway system. 

I.,aten action in the ftetit to fmi^ 
ttie state rescind Ita »ci»Mk lb 
ceme maintenatKe nf the roa<f mt- 
tlbn came at a special meeting of 
city oDuncti 7*ii«9d8y when » rtii- 
oliitten was authorized stating Vlr- 
glnMr^B^H^'a tirm tBmpptovil of 
the aCate's action and r«)ue«tiilK 
timt the state keep that g ggfig t M 
in the highway syntem. March m 
Is the Richmond dealine for op- 
position papers to ^ filed. 

City - county cot^wratkwt was 
agreed upon and a copy of thff re|K 
oluthm Is on its way to PrineAlk 
Anoe authorities. 

f*rlvale Owaenhip 

If the slate disooBtifiun) use f 
the HMd in its general syetenft. the 
rlght<<tf-way — • now In the public 
domaia— '«vUi revert to lite vmm- 
abip of idjaceni prc^rty hotd^rs 
and become private land. That w^ 
put its availability in the hands of 
the priyate ownerti and make It 
subject to the ndricttons whldi 



Virginia Beach Hijsh Graifaiatos 
Second in College birellniMt List 



Virginia feach ranks eecond 
among the cities of Virginia hi per- 
cenUge of hl^ school graduates 

Cjndlng coltoge In 1960, accord- 
•to result* of a r^ei^tih study 
just completed by tl^ Wrglida 
aiucatlon Association. " '' 

Falls Chu«h, with 71 .4 per cent 
of Its high school graduates enter- 
ed In Mhools of higher education. 
tops the 66.6 figure registered at 



Oreuiid Droken 
For Aragona 
Family Center 

Plans for devetopment of the 
Aragona Village 0>ramunIty Cen» 
ter as a baK tor Ithletlc and cul- 
tural pursuits by the neighborhood 
children took a healthy leap for- 
ward Saturday when gfround was 
broken for the building which will 
serve as r*er«itlon he«lquarter» 
fo the areas 0,000 famlliet. 

The land was presented by Buildt 
er John Aragona and as a Catholte 
and a J>rdteatoBt clergyman sba^d 
the dlrt-ttirnlng shovel Wlltlnn 
Shaw, the transplanted ScotchnMO 
who Is president of the <»irter, saM 
"this shows the spirit behind this 
project and the kind of unity An- 
l^na Vlltaf^ Is so proud of." 

Tlie deiftdnstratlon wm» hl#i- 
lighted by the fact that the Con* 
gi^l^tionallst minister who parll- 
ctpat^Ql U a chaplalrf ahoard a 
Ifavy ship «id a resident at Ara- 
gWM, Father AbbaOcchfo Is i^tor 
of St. Qrefoiy's ^urch on Vir- 
ginia 0each l^Hllevard. 

"We have 14,000 In cash and 
W,00 in plains." iS«>tty" Shaw 
said. "We want M ralae •7,000 
n«»e by June 16," 

That Is the date the corporation 
hopes to have the wwBmunlty oen- 
ter convicted. The Delart Lane 
land, ft acr«, was ttontted by 
John Araipina, 

The corporation has WO n^m- 
bers. It was formed in May, 11^ 
and has been earning mon^ 
through weekly dances for teen- 
agers, 

The center will be financed bf • 
bank. loan. It it expecMd to MiA 
about 122,000 but the pmtmtn 
said donated Ubor and mMi^^ 
wUl raise its value to iwar^ M^< 
000. 

It will be a 132x60 buUdlnf M«» 
ing an auditorlum^lth ^le^ 
kitchen and rettreoffis. 



Virginia Beach. 

In total listings, the Oounty of 
Ariii^^«i outstripped the rest of, 
the state with a 74.8 figure. 

Robert W. Williams, VEA exeeu- 
tlve wcretary, ^ pointed out that 
there was a significant difterence 
in the percentage of county grad- 
uates gotaig to college In relation- 
ship to the 8li« of school. 

In schools enrolling 1^ than 700 
pupils, only 26.3 per cent of the 
graduates continue to college. 
Schools In excess of 2.000 pd^dls 
»end a whopping 68.4 per cent of 
their gnidtMtes of hl^er learning. 

Princeffi Anne County graduates 
rated well above the state average 
of 41 per cent with a figure of 42.4. 
. Among teunty graduates, 6.7 per 
cent attended trade or business 
schools after high school while in 
Virginia Beach that rating Is 5.S. 



"IDAHO" ASSOCIATION 
SEEONC SUniATES 

Were you on the n>AiMOT If sc^ 
•Jour ex-shlpmates are bitereated In 
contacting you and extending an 
Invitation to their Fourth Annual 
Reunion to be held in Norfolk on 
July 2im. 

The 1^6 IDAHO Association was 
fona^ t^ a small group of meii, 
J» Norfolk to compile a master 
roster of MUHO vets and to sagfe 
annual reunions. They are Inter- 
ested In hearing from you whether 
or npi you plan to attend the 
FVmrth Atinwrt Reunion, .■» thai 
their master roster will be etm- 
plete. All jsrson who have served 
atxtard the 4DAHK) are requested 
to send in their name*. rate/raiA. 
^e year th^ went aboard and the 
year they left tl» ship to the USS 
Idaho AMwlatkm. Post Office Box 
a04«. Norfolk 3, Virginia. 



COLOIfY JAZZ CONCERT 
TO tHlffiE 3 BAM)S 



ta$ <weteAr«a will be on hand for 
the a|» Oolony Cltto'e all-atar 
Ja@ oonwrt Sunday from 4 until 
1 p.m. 

Tmmt^ Qvaltaey, Norman, 
(Smtp) BWM^t 4nd the Newtof 
t^u^ Tm wW be heard aad 
AMM Ba^Nvn wilt be on th« 
ta^Wiftd wBh her well-known 



ir d^er win 
Mivad f*mn ^» until 9 p jn. 



te 



A I39CV spokesman ^ald that the 
f20 additioopj Uninsured Motorist 
Fee will furnish no in.surance pro- 
tection to the individual paying 
this fee. The moftey Is turned over 
to the State Corporation Commis-I 

slon and la used to lower prem-j— , Jfca 1« WI "a. 

iums paid by motorists who carry XA |.|||||^n Httll' 
liability Insurance on their cafs. I W Villll Vil l^H* 



Gives Award 



State law requires that tor a 
motor vehicle to be claimed as in- 
sured, there must be a standard 
policy of $15,000 insurance to cov- 
er any one person Injured in an 
accident. W).000 coverage tor more 
than one injured In a particular 
»s:lthmt, and $5,000 for property 
damage. These are minimum lim- 
its, and coverages below these fig- 
ures are not sufficient ta comply 
with the Uw. 

For those motorists who carry 
the necessary Insurance, the li- 
cense application forms contain a 
certification calling for the regis- 
tered owner to list the name of the 
company carrying the . Insurance 
(not the agent), when the policy 
became effective, and Its number. 
It . afso contains space for the ap- 
plicant's signature to this certifica- 
tion. DMV officials said that all of 
this Information can be obtained 
ft-om the policy. 

Uninsured motorists who certify 
falsely that they have Insurance, 
face prosecution on misdertie'anor 
charges plus the possibility of hav- 
ing their driving privileges and 
registration certificates suspended. 

All license application forms 
have been mailed to addresses 
shown In DMV records; and if an 
owner has not received his appli- 
cation, he should wrlt^ immediate- 
ly to the Olvlston wf Motw Ve- 
hicles, Box 12M, Richmond, Vir- 
ginia, reporting his complete name 
and addr^s including any old ad- 
dress, plus his 1880 license num- 
ber, title nimiber, and "make and 
Identification number of the car. 

The new 1961 license plaws wlU 
be white with black numerals and 
follow the standard state policy of 
reversing the two colors ev«-y 
year. 

iPlilee 
Beach at Kellam-Eaton Insurance 
Co., 3113 Pacific Aveni», and at 
princes Anne County Courthouse. 



"BARberana" tells 

TONSORIAl STYLES 



. TTie ladies of the Uitheran, 
Church of the Good Shepherd, of 
Virginia Beach, visited at the of- 
fice of the Princess Anne Unit of 
the American Cancer Society. This 
group has been part of the Cancer 
Unit's Service Program for the 
last six (6) years. 

Mrs. Sidney S. Keliam. Loan 
Closet Chalnnan and Mrs. Robert 
S. Wahab, Jr. Dressings Chairman 
presented the group with a special 
certificate of appreciation for out- 
standing service to the American 
Cancer Society and the Princes 
Anne Unit. In presenting -Blanche 
Bradley, Chairman of the program 
with the certificate, Mrs. Keliam 
said, "We of the Cancer Society 
feel that the swvlce program Is the 
"heart" of ow or^niaatlon and 
are proud to rocognize your group 
for Its outstanding work." 

Mrs. Paul Dolg^s, past pr<»l- 
dent of the unit, talked to the 
group of the over-all Impoi^ance 
of the three-fold prqgram of the 
American Cancer Society, service, 
education, research. Mii^. Dolglns 
also expessed the thante from the 
President, Mr. Phillips, who could 
iK}t be present but sent his "thanks 
and appreciation to the Interc^ed 
and busy group of the Church of 
the Good Shepherd." 



Put Your Ar* Aroi«d ale Honey* 
respectively. Both VVant and Wu^ 
ray have had many years' expert 
ence in jPtIocms Anne Auritaa 
OfJn.*trel.<». 

George .\tollen will add to the 
production another familiar song, 
"For Me and iMy Gal". iMullen has 
the ad^'antage of many years ex- 
perience in "Little TheatJ-e Produc- 
tions as well as appearance In 
innumerable minstrel perform- 
ances. End Man Pete Scoppa, a 
newcomer to the Ruritan Show, 
has pei^ormed 4n the same «ipa- 
clty In many other minstrels In 
this area and Is ^pected to add 
greatly to the 1961 Presentation. 

Herfry L. iLam. another familiar 
name In past Ruritan Minstrel 
Shows, will return to the stage 
with a familiar meknly "Aftfer 
You've Gone". Lam has entertained 
audiences in five previous shows 
with outstanding performances. 

End Men Richard iB. Keliam and 
Ivan D. IMapp return with their 
usual bundle of mirth and merry- 
ment, both having delighted past 
audiences with their tinpredtctiible, 
words of humor. 

Tickets tor, the show at Norvlew 
High School ©an oe pundi^s^d 
from any member of the Chesa- 
peake Athletic Club. Tickete for 
the three shows at Princess Anne 
High School may be obtained frwn 
any ra«nber of the Princess Anne 
Ruritan Club and at Oceana Drugs, 
Darden's E^»o Service. London 
Bridge Supply Company, Malbon 
Motors and at Kellam/and Eaton 
at Princess Aniw and Virginia 
Beach. Admission is fl.00 and cu^ 
tain time is 8«0 PiM. 



li, 1 /iiiial Tidf'iMter 

Home, Aioi( Jn May will Have a» 
highli^ts, the actual cori.structlon 
of a home inside the Norfolk Mun 
icipal Auditorium and the intjwluc- 
tloo locally of a new concept In 
home construction. 

Both will te provided by South- 
ern Block and Pipe CorporatkaJ, 
One of the Hwne Show's KsrhlW- 
tors. 

The home to be faMrated "wfll 
be known as a "Component Parta" 
homie, a building Innovation which 
ha.s as its aim tighter, more ac^ 
curate construction. 

'Component Parts", gwMrally ti 
terminolo^ used to describe the 
method of building certain parts 
of the home at the shop or. f*Mory 
for assembly at the home site rath- 
er than at the she which some- 
time provides hectic working and 
weather conditions. # 

This new method has been In- 
vestigated by Southern Blo<^ and 
Pipe officials throughout the.eounr 
try where component parta con- 
struction Is ijeing used. » ! 

At the Home Show, ScKrthem' 
Block and Pipe will «reqt roora* 
and side* walls of a hmne oii tlie 
stage of the Norfolk !Munlcli»l, A^ 
dltorlum, marking a first at leas* 
of a home being built indooi^ lo- 
cally. The demdnstratlon Is aimed 
at showing tiie accuracy and sav- 
ings in this type of construction,. 

The Third Annual Tidewater 
Home Show will be^ held May 10, 
11, 12, .sponsored and conducted hy 
the Tidewater Association of Hoine 
Builders. 



Ymir^ Scholws Learn About Animal Pets 



Virginia Beach barbers soon wljl 
be rKKly to give the men a 
"J.F.K." haircut or a cnodined Ivy 
Lei^ue J^, according to Knaua 
MInton, president of As^iclated 
Ttxm of tidewater's «itstand4 M"***" Barbers Chaj^r 1 IW. Hln^, 

ton Just returned from a profe^ 




sfonal styling "tarhertma" in 
lU^rnond which w«s attended by 
too Wrginto tonserial artists and 
thrtir wtves. 

te^HTta trmn ^aml ache^ls held 
tf» sem liM i irB during the day-long 
scMlo^ tjrt U^ baiters held the 
scl^Ma m MRft ottier. 

Mft. MiWwF awompaniwl her 
hwMnd. as did Mr. ahd Mra. KA* 
«A JH^Mwad of Oceana. 



Onds. but with the coi 
InMNmUt. The Qppa»ltUm Ia taaiMii 
on vaTiert grounds, tnit with thM 
conuvtem d«no»fii»tor: 

This rtrip of road is vital to city- 
county eoonomtc. conservation arid 
recreation deVelopmeBl. 
MmO. Panp flaad 

.VIentbers of the Virginia Beach 
Erosion (^omnilssioa i|FMrn t^t dis- 
continuance of upkeep vJIl ctepHV* 
them of ingress and egress to ai|d 
from their complicated fadlitl^ 
tor protecting the beach itself. 
They are expected to eater an of* 
ficiai protest to the highway com- 
missioD, » 

Tte Ri^e Inlet Auttorlty see* 
the mmnm a ttarwit te tte well. 
or|nsni»d program tor a bond !*■ 
sue to improve yachting facilities 
for the area with a marina which 
will provide access and anchorage 
to tl» fast'^rowini; sea-minded 
IHedds of this nac^t area. 

For its ^rt, the Vli^nia Beaejti 
Anglera Ctub has drafted a letMr 
to the oommission pointing oat 
that the clMing of the strip will 
d«ny fl^emien meomm to one of 
the few surf^sttng spots remain- 
Irig on Vitginia's ct^tat. 

Anglers Clah siawi 

Anglers Club Prea^at. A. «. 
Holland said that thousands ^ 
sports fishermen use this pisc«M^ 
Ial ipradlse on a yearfound tHH^ 
and would have as way to (M# 
within aistlQg dlstaneejf the rtale 
held to its course. 

T^e Virginia Beach Chamber Of 
Commence Is intensely Interestd 
in the outcome of the prntoata. 
The ehamhw* feels that anotl^r 
tourist attrswUon will be cut igS 
by the hlgln^y commls^^ actii^ 
and that long-ttone rMidMMs of the 
commiroly will be deprtiwd of an- 
other unus«Ml seaside reereationl 
©pportuntty. 



Spring Ctietrt 
Stetetf 





The first spHas 
9t the Virginia 
acnoni voshpr 



a p pe ara aee 



wnrhcww 
a* II Mk te Ih* 



These ^M^Oexs a» ea^y fistettne to Frank !m»l m^ua about virtow Mteods. TbM 
are members of Mitt Nichtd't foatth ftade cla« at W. T. Cooto SOkxA hem mA #» aeme hM 
plKe at Frank's Pet SOm^ m 23rd MeA latt «tak as Uk cIsk visittd the Aks^ i$4vt of ^* 
study tm farmiiQ. 



HChlMti «< 

tli« Of Cua4««iar IMkIs & 
•r. 

Helet-tions will larlade MoaaH'H 
-AlWaia," the 
^UM" by Bachel 
tnMce ui VmUgBV^ 9mm flw 
NoImd l^ Ubnt MMnHH. 

Ikfe vmumt wW atrw aa a 
review «»f tke 
band wiy ptoy ta ttc 1 
tivtf M Kwvtow 1^ MMal 
week CrOM MstwN^r. 



X^ E. P. BUr^tt M» mta^ 
to her hooM in A^tft 
wMl^Mir visit with hir 
ai^ 4^i#il«r, 91c and Ibw. Wl 
llaa A. IM^mr. » mm KiMMi 

ton Rp»^ Onint tV ^Wa«*«i 1 .^rtAft 



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Virginia Beach SUIiHie^ 
Thu^ay, March 16, 1961 
Pay 2-A 

Mr. aM Mi^. ^|ft>N A." Fore- 
hand ailM>U^ec tMe eiu^q^ment of 
tb«lr d«u^t«r, Mtai mrv g^ianor 
Forehand, to Ttmsa$ L. JMm, 

Mr. Fehrs Is the ioti of Mrs. Vir- 
ginia Feh« of Grove dty. Pn. 

iio dMe has been tm for the 
wiecWing. 

■■ t' - I -- J -■ 

Jr. Wmnan^s Club 

The Jva^ WMnni^ Club of 
Prin»s8 Anne <^uitt| 4«NM the 
foUovteg slate dC om^ for th« 

» camim ;«ur; 

. Pr^Mbot, Mrs. DonaM Hood; 
First «eeipresident, Uru. Donald 
G. PoIHe; s»x)nd vice-preslden^ 
Slfs. i. h. Poolr, thW vi^-presl- 
dMA,imt. V. ac AlnM»d, Jr.: re- 
cordl«^iftecretai^, Mrs. E. P. Lan- 
ni«8 oa«r*5|KMidUhi: nefctai^. 
Mra. A. Ji. Uutftify, Jr, «M ti««». 

-urer, Mrs. A. W. Craft, 3r. 

Outgoing president, Mrs. WflUam 
Gmx and Mrs. Hood w!U attend 
the Tidewrter Wi^lot Vlr^nia 
redervUon of Women's Club spring 
n^ettng at the Chamb^'Uin Hotel 
IM-ifcW* 22. - - ■*- "- - 

TM club voted U> M»d a wheel 
eMr to the l^Ulipines. 



Personal Mention 



_ Ifs. Uobert a. Rein- 
hMTlnS their daughtwnh L» m4> 
Laun, will leave today to ifpeni^ 
several days in New York. 

I II r» 

Lt. Cmdr. and Un. Daniel WiW 
lard and ^hefr three chjlldren, wte 
have lieen iflohling oh fi3rd at., 
have moived to their new tMme on 
Liec H(Md, Bay 0)k)ny. 

Mr. and Mrs. GecKfe Aimer of 
RicbnKmd, jpent last weekelid 
visiting their niece. Mrs. R. L. 
Corkran Jr., and Comdr. Cockran 
at tbetr home on KHh St. 



Mr. and Mrs. BoiMld W. Plillips 
and th«ir two cUldren. who have 
been living on SZnd %, have 
moved to their new home at 4Tth 
and AU^nttc Ave. 



' Mrs. B. k, Llndeman had re- 
turned to her home on H<rily Road 
after spending several W9<^ at 
Pompano Beach. Pla. 

Mm. L. S. Hodges is spending 
several days in Falls Church visit- 
ing her niece, 'Mrs. James Sle^jer 
and lA. Comdr. Sleeper. 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Hayoox, Sr.. 
Mrs. Fred A. Haycox, Jr„ and Iwr 
son, Douglas, have returned to 
their hon»s here after two we^s 
at the Laifo Mar, Ft. I«au^r4a!e, 
Fla. 



Mrs. William 0. IDompeDn, Jr., 
and Mrs. F. H. Allen arc'ipen^Dg 
several days vlsiUng Hra. JQlen's 
pareate. Mr. and Mn. Warden 






x^fm ipar fCmn^ 

Conveni«« (ocMlori ainl hqiji^ 
Next Hoet fe UnilAern ?ofk ScAoei 



I 



AArs. Peari Batchetor 
Mrs. Curry Bu^aiian 
Miss JVtarijaret Gfjham 

< T«li|>liefi« 428^565 



Mrs. Frances M. Ansell 
Mrs. Judy Brumlfey 




$M^r Sewing Machine Ca 

m mi Wards CoFj^KSioi 



A SI 
from 



ESnory at their home m Peters- 
#uiy> 

Mrs, fcucy Trafton hw returtied 
to iMr'h(^c here aftw sj^nilng 
two weeks' at ti» Lai^lo Mar In Ft. 
L^Md^rd^, Fla. 

Mr. and li». John B. Prerten 
recerrtly returned to their home on 
aeth St.. after spending two weeks 
at the S«8 Ranch at Fort Lauder- 
dale. 



Capt. and Mrs, ^. K. Qofcey re- 
cently returnad to ttieir home on 
Lakeriiore Drive after .spending 
three montte vlsltli^ their son 
and (liught«>>ln-]a# tn Long 
Beach, Calif. 



Mr. and Mr«. I^bert Saundei^ of 
Warwick Ment last weekend with 
Mrs. ^tinder's mother, Mrs. fira- 
den Cand«veriter at her home in 
Wy C&lony. 



Cadet Woody C(Aen, a student 
at Fort Union Military Academy, 
spent last weel^ftd with his p«- 
rentt, Mr. attd Mrs. Al0 Cohen, 
at their home on 47th St, and 
Ocean Front. He was accompanied 
bv a dasMpte, John Jenkins of 
WashinftcM. 

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Mr. & Mrs. Fred A. Haycox, Sr., 
who have been living on W. Mst 
St., wHl move today to ttieir new 
home <m Hill Ik>ad, Cavalier Park. 



Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Truitt Jr., 
re^ntly moved fnmi their home 
in Norfolk, to their new home cm 
Pinewood Road. 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doughtie 
J^. Mid M^r daughter, Mis6 Alice 
fi^iirtie, have returned to their 
home in New Canaan. Conn., after 
visiting Mr. Doughtle's moUier, 
Mrs. Charles Ooi^tle on Slst. 

Ilr. and Mrs. R. P. Brewer have 
rehn-ned to thflr home in Kennett 
Square, Ki., after visiting with 
their <teughter, Mrs. Alan B. Shepf 
ard Jr., at her home m Bay Colony. 

.Mrs. R. W. Arrington recently 
returned to her home on 52nd st., 
after spending several weeks in 
Gl^rwater BaatA, Fla. 

•Hrs. C. Samuel Mason of d5th 
Street, who is spending a month 
in San Juan, Puerto Rico and St. 
Thomas, will return (March 28. 



Patrkia May 
Married To 
J^Bdiiel»<Aes 



The marriage of Patricia I>avlf 



Patiem &urbQur 
Is Married To 
LtMUiamFreakes 



he raarrlage of Mls-s i^atricia 
Anne Barbour of Vlrgtnta rieach 
and W. William riyakes of New 
York CtCy .t<»k plaA Saturday at 
4 p.m. In darr .Methodist Church. 
The double ring c«r«nony was 

eirformed by the Rev. Dr. H. E. 
eyem. 

The Iwlde la the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. A. Barbour of Durham. 
The brldeptxjm is the son of *Mr. 
and Mrs. A. W. T. Freakes of New 
Tork City. — 

Given in marriage by her father, 
the brtde wore a gown of pure silk 
taffeta, appUqued in Chantilly lace, 
with a circle neckline. The full 
skirt with lace appUque.5 ended Jn 
a full chapel train. Her veil ^s 
of silk Ulu.sion and Chantilly aee 
worn mantilla, style. She carried 
a cascade of .white roses and gypso- 
phlla centered with a white orchid. 

Mrs. -Charles E. Bell, of Louis- 
vilte, Ky., was matron of honbr 
for her cousin. Miss parlene Her- 
man of Virginia Beach, was maid 
of honor. The brideanalds were 
Misses Carol Ashley of Raleigh; 
Ann Powell and Nancy Weaver, 
both of Virginia Beach; and Helen 
Freakes, of New York City, sister, 
kA the bridegroom. 

Lt (J.g.) J. E. Hamilton of Nor- 
folk, was beat man. The grooms- 
men were Lt. (J.g.) W. R. Drury, 
Lt (J.g.) K. M. Bunting. U. H. S. 
Lewis of Norfolk, Lt. C. E. Parker, 
LISA, of Arlington; and Lt. (j.g.) 
R L. Bovey of BaHlmore, Md. 

A reception was given at The 
Country Inn. Later, the couple left 
for a wedding trip to New York 
City. Thev Will live in Norfolk. 

The bride attended Durham 
city schools and Is a graduate of 
Wake Forest College. SIm Is teach- 
ing in the Norfolk city schoofa. 
The bridegroom i.s a graduate of 
the UB. Naval Academy, Annapol- 
is, Md. 

BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mrs. Warner Moor^vlII 
announce the birth of thei^rd 
child, third daughter, K«nryn 
Fltzhugh. on March 1 at Norfolk 
General Hospital. Mrs. Moore Is 
the former Miss Ann Sheild Per- 
kins, daughter of Mrs. Allan Arml- 
oad Perkins and the late Dr. Per- 
kins. Mr. Moore Is the son of Mrs. 
Margaret C. Moore of Virginia 
Beach. 



Birehwooders 
Doiiate S50 
FtfJiQtiiittI 

The Birchwood Garden Club 
held its Matxh meeting in thfe 
home of Mrs. T. F. Person whh 
Mrs. D. O. Cox and Mrs. J. R. Ar- 
guell^ as co-hosteases 

Mrs. W. M. Gresham spokf m 
\Making <^r^ge8.' Make cwiagti 
with nowws with woody nuna 
such 1^ roses, gardenias, etc. Tbey 
last longier than flowers with hot 
tow stems such as Jonquils, tulips, 
etc. 

The club voted to donate flhy 
dollars- (^0.00) to the pending 
Princess Anne HcM^ltal from the 
proceeds of the Fashion Show held 
In February. T3ie remainder will 
be used for the beautlfleaUon of 
Birehwood and club p^ects. 

Mrs. F. D. Strrw won the mone* 
tary award for oHllng the moM 
tickets to the Fashion Show and 
Cird Party. 

The judges from the Aragona 
Garden Club awarded the follow- 
ing ribbons: 

Blue-Mrs. H. W. Nlswan^r, 2; 
Mrs. C. H. Oiamberlaln, 2 and Mrs. 
S. J. Per<H», 2. 

Red—Mrs, C. B. Harris and Hnu 
1, Tlppo, 2. 

Yellow— Mra J. W. Fowler, Mrs. 
J. C. Stephens, Mrs. E. Uppo, and 
Mrs. S. J. Perdue 

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Presbyterian Church. 

The ceremony wa.s performed by 
the Rev. David Burr, pastor of the 
Royster Memorial Pr^byterlan 
Church, Norfolk. 

1*1! bride Is the daughter of the 
Wte John H. Itevis and the late 
Mra. IrerK LitUe Itevis of Flint, 
MIA. *n»e brldegroOTn is a son of 
Mrs. Percy BeUiel SUAes of Nor^ 
folk, and the late Dr. Stokes. 

The bride Wore a bei^ linen 
suH with matching chfrfon blouse 
and iK^ge flowered h»t. She car- 
ried a bouquet df green and beige 
cymbidium orchids. 

Mrs. T. Lane Stokes pf Norfolk 
vWKJ matron of honor atid cmly at- 
tendant 

Or. T. Lane Stokes of Norfolk 
was his brqrtoer's best man. 

After the cersnony a o;f«« was 
l^ven by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Har- 
rell at their home «t Virginia 
Beach. Later, the couple lefl for 
a wedding trip to Nassau. They 
Win Uve at Virginia Beach. 



•AlWMtA A. HEWin 
«M^(|B> TO M4U«Y 
^^MATYIKO,JR. 

fir. and Mrs. William R. Hewitt 
of Virginia Beach announce the 
engagement of their toughter, 
Mlw Barbara A. Hevritt to Mr. 
John Matyiko, Jr., son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Matyiko of Hickory, Va. 
T5» wedding Is s»t for March WSa. 
at 3 p.m. fit the Pcnt«swtal <3itnt:h 
of Christ. 



Mr. and Mrs. William I^tf*er 
Egerton Jr. of Great Neck Point, 
announce the birth of their third 
child, second daughter, Meli^a 
Bancroft, on March 9 at Norfolk 
General Hospital- Mrs. Egerton Is 
the fonwr Miss Martha .Macy Hill, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George 
Kc^rts HIU «^ Great Neck Point 



Egerton. 




Bluebirds Subject 
Of Lynnhaven 
Garden Club Meet 

Specification for building bhie- 
bird nesting boxes were given to 
Lynnhaven Garden Club at their 
monthly meeting by Paul Sykes, 
who gave a very Interesting lec- 
ture and *owed excellent slides of 
native birds. He alsq asked for ac- 
tive participation of all garden 
clubs in establishing blM sanctu- 
aries in this section. 

Awards were made to Mrs. Dean 
I^jtter, Mra. Fred Clark, Mrs. John 

B. Davis, Mrs. Walter Gresham,' 
Mrs. C W. Dlgp, Mrs. Wadsworth, 
Mrs. W. B. Payne, Mrs. John Pot- 
ter, Mrs. W. R. I^yn«, Jr., Mrs. J. 

C. Law, Sr., Mrs. D. R. French, and 
Mrs. W. E. Smith. 

iMrs. W. R. Payne, Sr. and Mrs. 
^Fred Clark werr hostess^ for the 
nwetlng. 



Mr. and Mrs. WUllam Peter Fin- 
nepm of Lynnhaven Colony an- 
nounce the engagement of their 
daughter. Miss Jeannette Gray 
Flnnegan, to Robert Joseph Tug- 
well of Norfolk. 

Mr. Tugwell is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Harry Wng Tu^ell of 
Roanoke, fonnerly of Norfolk. 

The wedding will take place 
June 17. 

Miss FlntKgan graduated from 
Norvlew High Schoid and East 
Carolina College In Gkeenvllle, 
NX;., where she was president of 
the Panhellenic Ctotmcil. She Is a 
member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. 

Mr. Tugirell is attending East 
Carolina College where be is a 
member of Lambda Chi Alpha 
fratenitty. 

Lyanhavm Coloajr Ctor4«i Clob 

The Lynnhaven Colony Garden 
Club held its March meeting at the 
home of Mrs. A. Brown, 54 North, 
Alanton Drive. Co-host«8SPs wtth 
were Mrs. Hovirard BSaJer awl 

was Mai^lt-TW. '-'>rf«*^ 

The spealter was Mrs. Malcomb 
Todd, Jr. and she showed how to 
make Easter arran^ments. 

•me ribbon winners were; 

Gold rlWxms, Mrs. Roland filer, 
and Mrs. Thomas Brtekawn. 

High Blue— Mrs. J. Boykln, Mrs. 
C Ral^oB. 

Blue— ^Mrs. Bruce Waters, and 
Mrs. D. Ully. 




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Thr marftj^pTTff Iflfet Martha 
Clifford Owefis arxl William John 
Ikkfltrom Jr. took place Feliruary 
11 at II a.m. at $Uir of the Sein 
Catholic Church. 

The ceremony was performed hv 
the Rev. Nichblaa J. Habeta. 

The bride is a daughter ol Mr. 
an4 Mrs. Oscar E. Owmu of 8yl- 
Mnta, 0»., fomierly <rf London 
Bridge. The MMhwroan ia tte Jon 
of Mr. and Mrs. wniUim ^A Wt* 
atrom of Wa^lngtcm, D.C. 

Ttae bride wore her mHher's 
weeding gown (rf wMto aattn, 
made with a full aklrt 'f<Amlag « 
i»th«dml train, ^er flng*r tip veil 
of tflusi«> waa arran^ from a 

Kart tla«. She carried a colonial 
^muet of white camattoiM CM- 
ttrad with a white orcshtd. 

•Ira. B^uM P. DiOourey of 
WaiOiln^n was matron ctf mnor. 

Richard P, Karuaas of W^hig- 
ton waa ta^ man. OrocMMRien 
were James Clifford Owwu. (tf 8^ 
vania, brother oi the toldt and 
David Bamunn <rf ^^irfott. 

A ' reoei^ton ww given at the 
iMmw of the tortde'a grandparents. 
Ifr. and Mrs. E. J. iOng. lid Otte- 
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the <»uple left tor a waddt^ bip. 
They asm living in WH^gbyi. 

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When you coro^N the number 
of aponmired bowling t^m« In 
current leagu«! to the number of 
sponsors, m^, mte year ago, it 
points <Hit the fact that nu^re flpon- 
jors— '^tentlal or 
aMual — are bt< 
coming aware 
that the bowler la 
a strange breed 
of ci^. While if 
may not be ob- 
vious to casual 
ob8erv#rs. or th« 
group known ayt 
'outsiders', i 
tenpin bowl 
U a cUnnUh sort 
of. individual who.^ 
seelu out his own 
kind and feel« 
really at home only in the com- 
pany of (Xherg posaesstng a ball 
that weighM approximately sixteen 
poundN and a pair of ahoen whose 
soleg dont quite match. Walk Into 
a crowd and ^rt speaking loudly 
of 'pock^ hits', 'flat balls', 'rabbit 
ea^nt', 'cherry picking*, eta, and 
sooner or l^er every bowler with- 
in hearing wUl be drawn to your 
Ride. Visit a strange city and drop 
in the nearest bowling center and 
you'll find a splrK of companion- 
ship and mutual interent to dispel 
all feellnp of (rtrangene«s. 

TWs camaraderie extends some 
distance further, as many new 
sponsors will attest. How many 
local merchants har^ suddenly 
found themselv*!? with new cu.'rto- 
mers whose initial remark was 
something abmit "dropping In be- 
cause we notice you're sponsoring 
one of the teams in our league.' Of 
the customers who will change 
from one merchants or dealer to 
another simply because one spon- 
sors a Bowling team. And how of- 
ten do you hear conversations In 
bowling centers involving business 
or forms of transactions where 
sponsorship of a bowling team de- 
termined who handled the particu- 
lar business. For example. If a 
bowler Is In need of insurance the 
ralative merits of varlous^ompan- 
les won't appreciably enter Into the 
picture. TTie first concern will not 
be regarding benefits but whether 
or not that company sponsors a 
tram, ' 

This may tie construed by many 
as showing favoritism or partiality. 
And some merchants have refused 
to sponsor a team In one k^ague 
for fear of offending those In other 
leagues. In either case, this Is the 
wrong concept. The sponsoring of 
a team — any team — Is considered 
In the Ipterest of civte pn^press.* 
Individuals are thus bound togeth- 
er In a common ca\ise that taring 
them closer to Mch other and to 
their sponsor. It is the first link 
in tti» efcaln that produces a com- 
munity with near-family ties and 
healthv eo^Mtian In one form 
of sport. 1S(B l»ro RBSULT W A 
nsmSB UdOMM, And the spon 
•on «^e »pend a negligible 
amoubt towards the prcHnotion of 
this dvlc {Hv^reai by spmisorlng 
bowling teams ane r^ing rewards 
In several areas. 



always arrlvi^ at the pins tram 
a direction ttiat will t^rry ttw ^ 
pin if the headpin Is htt. It Is con- 
sidered one of* the best 'working 
balls of the three, and produces a 
wider strike pocket than mo^. 
That Is, more hits around the 
headpin wilt result In .itrtkes than 
hit by a straight. ball. 

One major objection to a cunre 
IniU is 'washouts', thalt Is, a leave 
resulting from the ball mi.^ing the 
headpin and leaving sparer like the 
1-2-4-7-10, or the 5-7-10. Another 
objection is the difficulty of con- 
trolling a wide, sweeping ball that 
is delivered from the left side of 
the lane, cromes to Uie right as it 
goes out, crosses back as it swli^^s 
left, then curves towards the piss. 
Any dissimilarity In lahe condi- 
tions makes it aliTH}st Impowible 
to control a ball of this type. 
Throw it out to the right so far 
and it may 'hang* out ther^ throw. 
it out a lesser dl^ftance and the 
lane condition may be such that it 
takes sooner than desired and 
'runs' to the opposite side of the 
headpin. For these reasons, very 
few calibre bowlers use the wkle, 
sweeping curve ball. , 



TENPM TIPS . . . Tlje di^us- 
sion of stral^t balls versus hook 
ind curve balls has often arlwn. 
Many can't decide which of the 
three types of dell^^ry^to develop. 
Swne feel It is Wore natural to 
throw one than the other. Others 
attempt to force a« unnatural de- 
llverv In the hopes of producing 
a ball that will result in greater 
pinfall. 

In short, any one of theae three 
deliveries can be wry e€fe<*lve. 
This point can be proven locally In 
watching any numh# of excellent 
bowlers. You will find stral^rt4>all 
bowlers producing high scores Just 
as will thtffie rolling the other 
types. It all evolves inlto a matter 
of naturalness and lane conditions. 
- - 

If this type of delivery Is the 
most natiUTil, then It is best to 
stick with it. However, the ap- 
proach must be from Uie side In 
order to carry the king pin, or pre- 
vent spUts. A straight ball down 
the middle can o^n result in car- 
ryli^ everyUiing in the middle but 
leaving the 7^40 or blf*)ur. A 
slight deviation from the headpin 
will cause a deflection to ttie right 
or left that wont cariy the 5 pin. 
THeretore, a straight ball must be 
thrown from the side In order to 
overcome these two unctesirable 
pcsslbllltles. Futher, a atraii^t ball 
has no mixing action and often will 
no* produce a strike unl^s*the hit 
Is perfectly in the pocket. 

CPRV8 BAUi 

A swe^pUig curve bell produces 
a greiA amount of pin action and 



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HOOK BALL 

The ball that foltows a straight 
line dowh the lane until the spin 
overcomes momemtum Is rapidly 
becoming the most desired of the 
three types of delivery, ft arrives 
at the pins from almchst the B«ne 
angle as the curve ball, yet It is 
npt at the mercy of varying lane 
conditions. Fts angle of approach 
Is proper to carry the 5 pin. It Is 
spinning correctly at the romnrtt 
of Impact and thus will |HO(ki(» 
numerous strikes, and It is ewAtr 
directed thrbugh use of the gutters 
and lane boards for penspectlve. 
The bowler simply determines how 
much the ball Is going to break 
for a particular lane condition, 
mpves this far to the rl^t (or left, 
fer a southpaw) and attempts to 
direct the ball down a chosen lane 
board. Spot bowling oe pin bowling 
Is' not necessary; 'roll down a 
crack* Is the usual terminology. 
Most bowlers feel this gives them 
a better guideline, or perspective, 
for corrertly directing the ball. 

So there you are. Whether you 
roll either of the three, however, 
jroa have to be aMe to tlirow tte 
baU ta tfae dlrectfoB yoa're lo^aag. 
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Vfrginla B«rsch SUN'NfWS Thursday, fim^ \6, 1961 



News tor Veterans 



R. Bradshaw Palley of Vlr- 
glBla Reach, who Is schedaled to 
take part In an iBsvrance leader- 
ship conference to be held by 
the KqaitaUe lilfe AMnronce Ho- 
deiy at Bal Harbonr, Florida. 
Biareh it • Si. RepresentativeK 
fpon' ail over the Iftiited MateM 
are schedaled to attend the con- 
ferenee. 



STATE VETS' OFFICER 
SHIFTS BEACH THE 

T. A. Moore, service officer for 
veterans and their survivors, work- 
ing for the 'state government of 
Virginia, will assist clients, with: 
out charge, on Thursday, March 
23, 1961, at the Virginia Beach Con- 
vention Center, between the hours 
of 8:30 and il:30 a.m. 

Moore asks that prospective 
clients p!ea.<ie note the change in 
hours of his visit here* Previous- 
ly, the visiting location and the 
days (the second and fourth Thurs- 
days) were the same; however, 
Moore has changed his hours from 
the former 12 noon uiHll % p.m. 
.Moore warns that anyone not In 
the building to make appointment 
prior to 11:30 will not be serviced, 
since he Is committed to other 
clients in Norfolk In the afternoon. 

lfoot«'s office in Norfolk is lo- 
cated at 305 MoKevitt Building, 
203 City Hall Avenue, telephone 
MAdiaon 2^71. 



BIRCHWOOD GARinSNg CTVtC 
USAGVR HOLDS tfRETING 

The Birchwood Gardens Civic 
League held its quarterly meeting 
Monday nl^t, March 13 at the) 



Here are authoritative answers 
from the Veterans Adn^lnlstratlon 
to questions of Interest from for- 
mer servicemen and their families: 

Q.— The VA has b^n' deducting 
my monthly Insurance premium 
payments from my dlaabllKy com- 
pensation payments. Recently, my 
compensation has b**n reduced 
a n <l will not c o v e r the Insur- 
ance iHiyments. Will the VA con. 
tlnue to take my compensation 
and let me mall them the balance 
due on thtf^urance premiums? 

A. — 'No. Since your compen.%tion 
will no lon^r cover your Insur- 
ance premiums, you will have tfi 
pay the total insurance premium 
direct. The VA will now send you 
your compensation payments. 

Q.— -As a widow of a'World War 
I! veteran, I wm receiving death 
pension for myself and two child- 
ren. I realize that. If I remarry, I 
am no longer eligible, but would 
the chlldre;! still be eligible? * 

A.— The chldren will be eligible 
ft their own right until age 18. or, 
If In school, until age 21, unless 
they marry earlier. , 

Q. — I did not fite a claim for dis- 
ability oompensatlon when dis- 
charged from World War I because 
1 felt my service-incurred disabil- 
ity was lnslgnlfl|»nt and it was 
not bothering me. Now,, It does 
bother me, l}ut I have been told 



there Is a one-year-from-dlwhtrge 
deadline fok- filing a claim. Is this 
true? 

A.— There Is ik» (toadllne for fil- 
ing a claim for dlMblllty compen- 
sation. If you file within a year 
foltowing discharge, your pay- 
ments will be made retroactive to 
the date of your dLncharge. If you 
file after a y*»ar, your payments 
are effective from the date you 

me. 

The Pearl Harbor Naval Supply 
Center handle* annually well over 
$100 million worth of supplies and 
equipment, ft encempasaes 2S 
docks, oOO piei^s of h^vy. equip- 
ment and ^ buildings. 



aas TivHs ftOA 

iSMAaHvmiiii 
aruoM'onaH 



^il^ «* nfV[^;i «^..Xn^ TbaMa Elementary School Auditor- 



ord, aecor^ng ti% 
fSxgeamKf 

<nte Meerd wm tor 13^10 W». 
ot milk aad 8B4 pounte ta tat. 
"RMebud", was a seven-year-old, 
and was milked two times dally 
for 30S day* wMle on t^. 

O^iclal productkm cotmt «^ 
supervised by Vlrj^nla Polytechnic 
Inrtftttte. 



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Tomorrow Holkiay 
At Suiuiybrook 



to support the- Wnoess' ATHW He® 
pita] Drive with a donation «s well 
as soliciting this area. Dr. D. S. 
T^ber will head this drive, 

Mr, B. W. I,eamard annouQ4HNij 
that there will be another teenage I 
dance lor the resident children l| 
March 17th at the Thalia School. 
A<hnisslon Is 25 cenis and all resi- 
dents are invited. 

After a revteWj of restrictions of 
this area and new By-Laws the 
meeting was adjourned. All resl-j 
dents are encouraged to attend. 




Mrs, Moore's Bakery 

DOfilOUSUr 




Children attending Sunnybrook 
Klnderipirten will have a holiday 
on FVlday, March 17, In order to 
glv« the teachers an opportdnlty 
to attend the 1961 Ctonlerence of 
Virginia Association Tor larly 
Childhood Education to be held In 
Arlington on Friday and Saturday 
March 17 and 18. 

These teachers will visit kinder- 
garten and day schools and attei^ 
art and mtuic woricahops la the 
ar^. 

The nursery and gra^s wtll re- 
main open as usual. 



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Bright and beautiful for Spring, the brilliance of 
black patent, el^antly unadorned or with a detachable 
fringed bow In moire ... for a suave "designer-look." 

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THE VIRGINIA /BEACH SUN-NEWS 



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AMOtS B. MAIMtlBi. VtoeJPm^nt • Ctefc 1^. 



<tf«M Biittr te ttM ywt efliM ta Vkgiirf. Bm0, ¥■, madtr lii« aet of Jftn* a, tm 



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BMTORIAULY SPiAIONO 



Ctemral Hospital Drive Set To ^i^n 



flf is ttKouragir^ to note the progress, 
that is being macte to establish a gefieraf 
hospital In Virginia Beach. The Sun-N^s 
has. In the past, expressed the hope thit 
the two hospital groups might gft together 
in a joint effort but it appears that this will 
not conne about; lliis.point is still a nrtatter 
beween the two groups. 

Virginia 'Bea<^ or the Greater Virginia 
Beach area, requires a first rete hoJHsltal 
for orderly growth and development and 
the suaess of th# fund raising program 
about n> get uncterway by the General Hos- 
pital of Virginia Blach will provide this 
facility. '.^a^ 

Many of the area's outstanding business 
and civic leaders live within the compact 
area that is Virginia Beach and it is grati- 
fying to observe the interest these men 
have displayed in the Virginia Beach Hos- 



pital nrravement. Recognized leaders, such 
as Mr. George D. Brooke and Mr. F. S. Roy- 
ster, among others, are spearheading the 
program to give Virginia ^ach a first rate 
hospital facility. They are to be comrtiended 
for their efforts in this regard. 

The "Virginia Beach" arear probably con- 
tains some 40,000 resldents^plus the annual 
summer population of tourists. Iha aym- 
munity should have a large, general hos- 
pital ^nd the Sun-News will lend its news 
columns and general support to the hospi- 
tal drive. 

The task ahead for the hospital firlve is 
not an easy one but with the leaclership 
and the enthusiasm shown thus far there 
is no doubt of the fund campaign's success. 
A hospital for the Bead) would be a tre- 
mendous asset and is certainly needed at 
this time. 



WOYmn Ago ThifWe6k..M 



THE CIVILmR 

teU tit tA« I^MVff «k( M3^ ^ tador.^ 

fmtkwnc TE3US tale 

I^Diggs AppmrenJ^ Cmlain 

Of Topjeb In Smith's Army 

mm hSmmiQ, ■rea»-41irA IB-A top eiAtlm rank in Am Ost- 
Mtftte aimy lot ^*mi aaiwed for IHivM E. Twiggs, who gave 
m/mg Ite fl»t» Wf^aam • div aft«p he loat the authority to 6m ae. 

Tincgi, aa « Onina geaK«l 



S^niner care of Mnflr mOamii, 
Is Prtblen FaciiiK Homfliniiwri 



WHATOTHBS ARE SAYING 



Our Secret Weapon 



Savings are back, in stylel 

More American* than ever are saving 
more money than ever. During the last ten 
y«ars, the number erf Americans with some 
form of, savings increased at the rate of a 
million a year. Also, the number of deposit 
ors with bank savings accounts jumped 
nwre than 18 million to a total of 83.5 mil- 
lion people or 47 percent of the U.S. popu- 
lation. All told, Amfticans now hav|y]|^ 
t^an ^ftws %\m\^m In bw^ iv^lPMK^ 
counts. 

Perhaps this fl-erld reflects a feeling for 
the times. For it's going to take plenty of 
dollars in the decade ahead — to meet a 
challenge of unparalleled grov^h. 

Our populaticMi will increise 28 million 
to reach 208 million peope by 1970. They 
will require 16 million new jobs, 14 mil- 



lion new homes and $200 million In n^i^ 
plants and equipment. Hundreds of billions 
of dollars will be needed to foot the bill! 

Look at it this way: the experts predict 
that ten million new households will ne«l 
shelter, jobs and services equal to at least 
what we have now. How rnuch will it c<»t 
to set them up? Perhaps $50^000 to $60,- 
000 per family! 

Where's thgjtoiriey <:gmir||^'fyom? Largi- 

bankferl ^ . 

encourages savings, helps towld'^te pri<a 
line and deals a lethal bk»w to inflation. 

The bankers gO on to say that the dollars 
of individual savers are America's secr^ 
weapon! For a continued high rate of 
growth in our. living^standard is the be« 
answer of a free economy to the Red chal- 
tertgel 



4 



« 

ewiMii«ndtag Oc ArsnT** Tana 
ioreea, lurr^utered same lock, 
4k>ek awt barrel to aeeMalmtat 
leaders Feb. l«~^d^ou|dt te had 
been offlciaUy reeved at du^ the 
day before. 

Hia disc^rge fnMn the Uoto) 
•nnr "ior treachery to the flag," 
•a aniiounced March 1 in Wi^- 
ingk», capped a uiifa}ue seriM <A 
events that haa left Bebel forces 
ia possesuim of: ^ 

— Umcm troc^a Diunberiog some 
3,300. 

>-lfariWtng. Uvestodt and w^- 
meat tt 19 Federal posts, uichid- 
ing tbit 140-year old Alatbo here, 
weoe (rf fteree battle wMh Mexi- 
ean teooiN to, 1816. 

—Other property with' *a M- 
tinat^ v»3s» at fl.aoO.OOO. 
• • *« 

INC^in>^ te tba eapttared 
Mvestoek ivere S3 camels Witt a 
worth of 120,000. Itie desert beasta 
were maintained by troops at 
Camp Verde, 65 miles from San 
Anttmio. 

OflleM reewds iriMW thali 
TirtfSM, a mttve ef Oewgia, 
had li^Healed Ub SenAeta 
teaaiaga in » lettw wrttten 
tere Ju. 18 and MatmUauA 
at aoee te Army CemmaniCT 
Qm. WlBitld 8ea«t te WaA- 
IngtMB 

In fitis letter, he asked to iw 
relieved of command. 

General Scott authorized this 
relief in a letter dated Jaa K 
and received by Twiggs Feb. 15. 
(Normal mail time between here 
nod Washington is 12 to 16 days.) 
But cm Feb. 16. Vbs day after 
getting Scott's letter, Twiggs de- 
livered his command to Rebel 
CoL Ben McCulloch in an im- 
prompta sessicm here. 

BB MStlQ^ insured the re- 
ts^ «d A stlfe*wide election held 
1^ 8 ia wttcb citizens voted 
11.194 to U,3SS to back the deci 
tSam. oC tfaa rac^t secessionist 

out o< 



quoted the tall Virginian as ask* 
ing: 
"Haa it come so 80<at'* 




•LAm 



said 



New Jobs May Come for 5, 000 in Area 



PLEASE flLL IN AW MAtL THIS CABO 



COUttTf OR _ 

Sex : Male 



AoottEas " 

■H*T is YOOB AGCt _,...___ 
»M*T 0»*0C IN SCHOOL 010 YOU fINISH? _.„___ 
HAVE VOU EWER HAD ONE OR MORE HEOULAR *»»? _ 
If SO, WHAT" WERE T»« LAST THREE JOBS CAI.LCO? 

I. _____.,«« 

2. ; 

3 _»__ 



tITY 



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l# YdO CWR »ORia» IN A FACTORY, WHAT KIKO? ______»_—.— 

Arc you wot CMPLOVEO? Yes U no fj' 

List M*y jota row iwipH voo wrc »«EeiAt.LY traiiico im schoou or 

EcstwHtRC. ''; . 



il«N 010 YOUR UA^T RCaW-AR JOt EI»T , - 

CAM YOU OET TO A 00* IN THE NORfOtK-PORTSMOUTN ARE*? YES /J ^ ff 

Is 



A qt^rttoteaire has been re- 
ceived tt lM/)00 tuMQ^ in south* 
eastern Vir^nla itorf northrastern 
North Carajina this 'week to deter- 
miiia^ta insUaUa-manpow^i^ for 
u muRi-mittton wiliar inctut^trial 
plant which i^^t locate In the 
Norfolk-Porltwiduth «rea. - 

The survey ^ telng conducted 
«8 a coopmtlve rtfort liy the 
Tidewater Vlfjrini* Development 
Council aol mi Iftrgtfta ftnploy- 
menl Commiwton. D<^[H^ Under 
Secretary of Labor MtUard Cass 
w a .s InBtrumemal in obtaining 
S4.«00 In federal fun^ fc«m the 
Bureay of Employment Security, 
in the hope that sttch surveys may 
eventutdy bi used in%ther parts 
of the Muqtry. 

Mthagea 9«ol«« 

"We hope that the |^le will 
Iw «>oi>eiatlve in filling out theste 
carda and returning tHem to the 
empi^itteMt wmmlsBion," said 
ClaWnoi H. 08tb«gen,^^I>C vice 
pr«ldent and execotife director. 
"The rewlting Infontoatton will be 
extrwtMly UKful in dealing vith 
all l^ttttrlal prMpects , and will 
nifimarotv 1"^ i>enffi(.-ia! in ct-eating 
If" area," 

i^,. ' only oni> card will 

1» «> mail at v;i h hou.sr. 

•»'''"'n,iini . ,. ■ • • I-' -■ 

•rltaig (' 

llttaiOn, OI til* '"ilJM'l! J;Ai' ' ,)l\\ 

b**'cUpped fi] f'l t)iJt awi nvii't'<\ tot 



sion office. 

The unique feature of the suj-vey 
U the fact that, not only the avail- 
able labor supply is determined, 
but^rtso the atrtHty of workers to 
get from their pregeat homes to 
the point of possible ttn{4oyment. 

The (survey Ik befaig conducted 
under the dlrertlon ^ Randolpb 
Bruce, chief of reseMreh and etatto- 
tics, Virginia Smployment Com- 
misBion, and all qiMsttonoalreg will 
be forward^ to Rlehmorvd for' 
final pi-ocessing there. 
S,CM J^w 

Areas covered by the survey in- 
clude Norfolk, Portsmouth, ^uth 
Norfollc, Virginia Beach, Suffolk, 
FVanklin, ' Courtlansl, SnBHhfleld 
and the counties of Norfolk, Piip- 
cess Anne, Nansemond, Smithamp- 
ton and Isle ol Wight in Virginia. 

The North Carolina area ^vered 
includet* Elizabeth City, Hertford, 
and the counties "^bf Currituck, Cam- 
den, I^sqiw^Bk, Gates and Per- 
quimans. 

If the plant is located tn tkia 
area, it will hire both men ami 
w<Bnen in a wide variety of jst* 
requiring different degrcM of skill. 
For many John no prevHW* it^M*- 
trial experien« wlll.be necewary. 
Therp are jolw, boWevei, wliich i^ 
quire speclalteed »kni« afifl abilhyi 
It is antldpatwd eniploymeni ^Ml-: 
^proximate 5,1W). 

T^e cofn^Ry i witwMtUg thtt 
spwuai labor ^pply Mirvey is loog 



e.stabltehed i|L its field, has built 
a fine sales growth record, Ad of- 
fers e«^llem emphqmMirt opjtor- 

tua.ities. 



Ford Dealers' 
Fete Tq Honor 
Top Salesmen 

R. Kennett, of EmRliae f^rd. 
Inc., Virginia Beach, Virginia wUl 
be_ presenteff FqM Moh# <?oAi- 
pahy's .^0(A300 Cliib ffwawl at k 
banquet in Virginia Beach, Satur- 
day, March IS, honoring hIgA- 
j-aBklng f^rd dealeftdilp car and 
truck saieanen of IWQ in the Rich- 
mood Fbrd sales district, 

C, W, Raii^y, dWr^ aalet 
mana^, said 300400^ Club memi- 
bersbip awards are presented for 
eKceJIent retail wle« performaBce. 
The Pord OTO-'^m r'"h wan found- 
^ to nw^li iierfopm^nee 

df ootfiUnding i„.d salesmen 
thjDglKiyt the country. 

iilrt-^i#fc^add«f'*al t>* aver- 
«|e.4tftow CM2«^mb«»f^l«tfledr- 
ly W».Vn worth of auto- • " .. 
lirt PClnnMw^ in cpu^tytof 
aatiooal liouorb. 



^RftrvMtM sbock'tuui dtel 
Mtf M Ml^Stut Dntoe Amy 

Od. R<rf>ert E. Lee passed 
thr^u^ lure a^ few hours after 
Twiggs surr^er. Col. Lee was 
on hii way from Fort Mason to 
Army headquutors in Waiting- 

A woman wUbms said Col Lee 
was dlatraui^t up<m learning the 
lAdoa iM> longer held Texas. She 



Hc^r Blair 
Quits, Then 
Rei^nsiders 

WASHBIOTON, D.C.-March 1« 
— rlTje first major blowup in Pres- 
ident Aln-aham Lincoln's cabinet 
was narrowly averted today, ac- 
cording to word in this increas- 
ingly jittery capital. 

Postmaster General Montgom- 
ery Blair was said to have quit 
in protest over 
tiie administra- 
tion's failure to 
lit on the Fort 
Sumter ques- 
tion. 

He withdrew 
his resignation 
ordy after Pres- 
ident Lincoln 
promised quick 
action on Sum- 
ter, according 
to widespread 
repmis. 

BLAIB'8 FATHEB, Francis 
Pr^tcm Blair, met wi^ Lincoln 
and told the chief executive of his 
scm's intentions. Lincoln is said to 
have indicated a willingness to de- 
fend Sumter, and the elder Blair 
then persuaded his son from quit- 
ting. 

MeBtg«mery Btotr^Hst 41, 
yaUgest tf tte MittBet mem- 
hen e epartedly was tke «mly 
aiw a*teilAtey*s meta^ csM* 
■•I iwriwi to hktt iistir 
iKFgcir idief (w Sontot, 
1^ resignation w«iM Itave 
been a hard blow for the Lincoln 
administration. Both BlWrs are 
poUfically powerfid and t«ipa«ed 
tor dlstlnguidiad caiMM tt flitt^ 
Uc 

C»eaaUESTON. S.C.-M[iareh 21 
— Gustfcvus V. Fox, former Navy 
oftcer now a personal represento- 
tive of President Abraham Lin- 
coin, arrived here today. He met 
at once with Maj. Robert Aiuler. 
vm, commander of Fort Sumter. 

hovJMmwfim. begewiscb 

MEWS BTlTDICAtE, 

wS&MMt OF CONG»X»8. 



Long Rose Hall Patent Appeal 
Won on Colonial Virginia Laws 



Tlie liom Hall women's and i 
children's shop on Virginia Be4ch j 
Boulevard now can proceed with ' 
plans to inaugurate an import- 
export department and a mail or- 
der service after winning a five- 
year-long court battle with Robert 
Hall Clothes, Inc., of New York. 

The newest decision in liie 
drawn-out case came from the U.S. 
Court of Customs and Patent Ap- 
peals—the <»urt <rf la.st resort In 
such infringement actions. 

Collin A. Studds. Rose Hall 
manager, ssays that with thi.-< set- 
tlem«nt his firm can regKster its 
trademark and complete a long- 
(SMitemplated expansion program. 

<>ie project Is to have bathing 
and play suits manufactured ex- 
clusively ."for the Rose Hall label. 

Applicant in the case was .Mm, 
iMary Lindsay Studds, owner Ol 
the ' shop kjcaled in the historic 
manor house which ha.^ borne the 
name for moie than two centuri«i. 

So lengthy was the testimony 
fliat three books of briefs were, re- 
quired for tht apiJ-'afs court's per- 
usal and some of the decisions 
*rere hamd on the 17th century 
•privilegee and grants" rigWs 

KOREAN MISSIONARIES 
Vf^T PRESBHERIANS 

T^ Rev. and Mrs. Elmer T. 
^n^r. missionaries to Korea, will 
be at First Pi*»byterian Church. 
Vlrginto Beach for a Merlf^ of 
tniMM^ on Sunday, March 'M. and 
Monday, March 27. 

.Mr, Boyer will preach at the II 
a.m. worship service Sunday inorn-, 
ing and both iMr. and i.Mr.>s, H(j\er 
will meet with the youth fellow- 
ships Sunday evening. The Wom- 
en of the Church will have op- 
>j}ortun!ty to hear Mi^. Boyor -tell 
ji/ her work at their General M^-et- 
ing on Monday at Itm A..M. To 
clli^ax ihp ^week-end. a family 
ni^^ dinner has been planned for 
eao Jlonday evening. 

The Bovfrs have iieen on the 
mfedofi SfWd in Korea for thirty- 
nine yeaj*, the past twelve as di- 
rector of and teacher In tik^ B. M. 
Wltnon Lep^y Colwiy, «j6nchun. 
Both were horwred by the National 
"rtor^h <3overnment In H>.Vi. .dons 
,w#yi other I»rl^tair 

'" recognltton of tin 

peih«i tWity yean aa mtoaJon- 
d litis to Korea. 



which wore conferred to the col- 
onihtis by the EnRli.sh crown and 
have never been rescinded. 

All of the original, manor of the 
Rose Hall estate i.s Intact, much 
a.s it was when built in HJSQ by 
Francis I^and. 

CHlinCHMKN MSirnNG 

The men of the churci of the 
FirBt Pi-esbyterian Cbareh will 
have a."? their progranfi next Tne^ 
(lay night, March 21, a panel diji- 
cusalfjn of juvenile problems, it 
has been announced. 

The panel discission will follow 
the regular dinner-meeting sched- 
uled td'begin at 7 p.m. 




By mm H. mti»M.4N 

.4tMlHtont H.D, Ageat 

6uini^r caiing ior wlntt*. cloth- 
ing is a j^ tl^ will won he xtpan 
the hMnemakar. 

Otothlng should be nontf s«>- 
mnally to give inor#- roc«n In 
cJosr ujthing In use and to 

proi« iting nrit in use from 

light fading, gas fading, extra soil, 
extra wear from coat hangers, ami 
Insects whMi attoek. 

mMlMEANf XHurcM m no iif 

Be sura iprments at^ clean. 
Store immediately after Oioroii^ 
sunning and brushing or cleaning. 
Protect' garments frem ^Ioth« 
moths by placing them in box and 
usltJg sandwich foW Inr pap^r — 
folding ends of paper over twice 
at end and seal <m* tie securely. 
Seal garment bag securely lUt top 
around hanger and acrota tha bot- 
tom after douWe foW. Use ^iMch 
tape or gummed ps^^ ' 

Use extra pretmutlon b^ adding 
paradichlorobenaehe #y«rtala or 
naphthalene falkes; patvr^sfals in 
hag or paper and lay on top of 
garments in box or haiig In a bag 
close to the top, as the fumes are 
heavier than air. Label j^-ontents 
of package .«*o that seal will 'iwl be 
broken until gairaent Is to be used. 
Put sweaters and sMr^ wtilch 
match m one box for ^Id days or 
special occasions, t^het^ than^^p 
all sweaters and all lAirl^ together. 
Thus, you can open the box con- 
taining only what you need. Laun- 
der washable rayons and cettons— 
do not starch or iroii. Whan girls 
are ptiwing or skirts ae apt to be 
longer the next .**ason, let tht hem 
out before washing and leave out 
until the next season. Fold and 
pack m chest, trunk, or cardboard 
boxes. 



OTHKR C^NiUDKRATIONH 

Tol>sBCCo or printef s ink is not a 
protection. Have tha garments 
clean and keep moths and ^n>et 
beetles away trwn them. 

Dry cleaning, soap asd water, 
sunning and brushing (if pockets, 
cuffs and folds of isoMar are brush- 
ed thoroughly) are gpod to deirtroy 
eggs and larvae (worms or grulw). 
Use extra precaution by adding 
paradlchlortAenaene or naphtha- 
lene flakes. 

You are fortunate If you have 
enough closets in your home to set 
aside one for i»8e by the family as 
sea.4onal storage. In this case, 
names should al.so go on labels. 

CAHE OF SWKATKIIH 

Everybody loves .sweaters, s^ime 
tor speelal occasion^ otJ^w for 
k^irwpy ^i^. U y«»tt were siiddenly 
to lOfie alt y«i^ gweaters, how 
muth would^ you have to «^nd to 
replace them? To accumulate a 
nice collection, to took y©ur J*il 
in your sweaters, and to get the 
most wear out of them, you need 
to care for thf-m dally, occa.slpnal- 
ly, and seasonally. 

Daily Care 

Ke^ your sweaters flat In a 
drawer or box. Hanging .stretcne.«5 
sweaters out of shape. 

Oeca«luBaI fare 

Laundering is very Important. 

You need only about 20 minutes 
to wash sweaters. Their colors slay 
bright and sweaters fee! soft. You 
.save money by not having them 
dry cleaned. 

Follow ISkme Ste|w Whea Iritaa- 
dering HwHit<a^: 

1. With pins, outline sweater on 
a large tui^tsh towel or two small 
towels pinned together. Hace pins 
»l the neck, shoulders, bust, 
e^i^s (wl(^ aiid length), a>id 



underaim. You may i^% the et^e 
ol the towel 'for the fctottonf line of 
the sweater. 

2. I*^ll Jhaatn wUh w^m water. 
Have the temperature of tile water 
comfortable to the MttW ^ t Ittow, 
This is very Important, tor wrong 

" temperature causes shrlnk^e, 
milling, or feltl^, and Mf4to tn 
a stiff, hard sweator. Never um 
hot of eoW water. ^ 

3. Prc|^re a rich, neutral suds ur 
the water. Use a soap ydu would 
not mind usln^ onWour hiee. You 
miy uw flakes, powder, berts, 
granule!!, or cake. Many people 
shave the eake or uae a coaMs 
grator to aid In dissolving cake 
aoap. 

4. Squeexa tba sudt through the 
rweator. Do not rUb; Utl from liii* 
deroMth, as the waifrbt ot the its- 
tar may Wretch th* gnrment. 

5. If sweater la very iMled, mtSa 
ai^ln. 

6. If aw^^r Is faded, tint With 
a dye. .- ., » 

7. RMie sweatotf twU^ la clear 
water, ftinse by ^iiecidi^Wi^r 
through tha sweaty Dtf tm W»w» 
the swaMcr. Sq^«R out what 
watar . you cah. Tlien knead the 
iiweator in a large toii'al. 

8. Lay the sweater out flat. 
Smooth it into poaMioo as ,.^^MVn 
by the outline of {rtrts on th# towel. 
Let the sw^rter dry. Do not dry 
sweater In sun or cl^e to beat or 
in a bold room, for this cau^ts 

I shrinkage. 

ShMMM Can- 
Sea^ihal care gives insect pro- 
tectton and nrore a^ace for gar- 
ments being #*n. WHWi you w^ 
using your sw^tors for the season, 
wash them. Aftar thay db^, fbM 
t)iem, and place in boxes. (Add 
crystols of napthalene or paradich- 
lorobenzinci in folds of tissue pa]>er 
on top of the swaater if you tisf 
no other nioth phHectlon. Wrap 
swta^rs Indlvidually In poper^ tia, 
and label (so If .you ncta a sweat- 
er, you can find one without breiA 



^ort trail 
Nationaf Reaa 

O O. Povrell of DSs IMoin«, 
Iowa, president of tha NattoMl 
AssMilatlon o{;A«aI Estato Boards, 
Is the dellghte'd possessor today of 
a <X>nfedarau.' hat 
ntd flag preaeliH 
ad yeaterdai'l 
when ha arrtrwli 
at Norfolk Mp 
port for an offi- 
cial visit to tlM 
Tidewater area. 

Powell, a for* 
mar vice presi- 
dent ot liie Na- 
tional AMKfc'lattai 
^ Hdtne BulMN 
itts, la llfra on 
the first trip fcpy 
a NABSB «xec«> 
^^iAaad In 12 y«m acwrdlng to 
Ifr^IMt f^lrlaas wUt, local pro- 
gram j^ ' 

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America's -populati^m of living 

v^aniH is now-etAlQMted at about 

22,800,000. Tha Nation's veterans 

rng'^tiia' paper 'and protecttofl ofl*^^«" *'t^ their famlllas sm- 



other sweators); or pack the sweat- 
er In a box with the skirt that U 
Is dstuilly worn with. You am open 
one package and have a wool out- 
fit for eoel'days and not eXfMa afl 
vour skirts and sweaters. 



FIRE CALLS 



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■Mareli *— 8 a.m 
:Qnd Street. 

March 9— 9-.30 a.m.. grass; 101 
Kamichl-^t. 

'March 11-i-aaS p.m., brush; Prbi- 
cess Anne Hills. 

March 12 — - 12:33 a.m., falw 
alwrn; 31st ft Ra^Mc Ave. 

March i:»--«oe a.iB., toAMtor; 
42«-2fth Street. 

March 12— 8S)6 pjn„ «at up tr«^ 

WOOL mm FIRM 
Biirs BAMtRDPT SIM 

The John B. Wool Lumber Coiw- 
pany has purchased the bankrul^ 
stock of tlw Whlto Lumber Com- 
pany, .Norfolk, Mid is disposing, of 
it by aale to tha general pubtto. 

The stock has been carefuUy 
graded and conaigts of building 
materials, wlnctows, doors, mill- 
work, plywood and fancy woods. 

National ^1^ Systfins, Inc., 
well-known New York liquidators, 
are handling the sale at the former 
White C^on^Miny preml«e§, corner 
of <»WWld and Jojnee mreft8,'K^^ 
folk. 

Hours are 8 ajn. to 3 p.m. dally. 



mi- A)well were m^ 
N. H. Nusbaum, 
Norfalk Real 
Kltj# fi^M% ^mwi0 Hubard, 
irtira prtssiderit, and various repra- 
^tauvfc of mayoral, councilntaii- 
Ic aiM NaVat Base brass. 

Mra. Jukim Neims of the Virginia 
B«wA CMmbi? bf Commerce was 
on hand In costume and the two- 
day entortaiiMMBt pr^an 1q* 
eludes a luncficm, a dltiner par^ 
and a tour wKh Lawrence Cox af 
the I'forfmt I^Klavatopment ajd 
Housing AuthKMlty area. 

I klMJ P,l, l . .ii i *W , ■ I . II 



priM about 50% of Itht total popu- 
lation of the Unttad 9Utm. 

Mora than ^SO(^(no — average 
age 91— served during the Korean 
anmet p«r4r«d. Approximatoly 
9M,000 of tham are "doiihle duty" 
vetanns, serving both in WotM 
War H and Korean conflict. 

About two-thirds," or more thin 
1§ million, served In Worhl War 
H. Tliay av«aM 41 yeara of age. 

Narly 2,701^00 •- average age 
<»6 — served In World War 1. TTieir 
daatti rate Is about 100,000 per 
^aar, ' - 

' ^[writoh'AmaHcan War vetoran^- 
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ber, 19th St. at City Hall. Virginia 
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Virginia Beach SUNDEWS 
Thursday, March 16, 1961 
Page 6«A 







let's $0 U Church SuriMll 



an OF VmOINiA tEACH 

aOHDAT 

MS AM^-^mOKy S^ool 
U:00 A-M^WonUp ShtIm 

NurwBT ^Wi 
OfemsM Held la CoS» S^oai) 

l8tb SI. betvrem Aivtlo «id 
IfedUemnean . 
KKtiAX WnSSfBHQ 
tJO P Jf .^-BTt aU a9u 
Tao PJI.— Evening Wonhlp 
ftlS P .M.— Choi r Pra ctt<» 
WBDNISDAT EVEIlmQ 
fti^ PJi^-Of f icera and tM^tis 

mectinf* 
^0 PJL— Pnqrer Senle** 
1HUItffi>AT EVSNDIQ* 
MO PJL— iniltatlim Profrtm* 

•Meeting in YTW MtH, Weet end 

rt 13th Street 

Svwryone le In^dted to Worablp 

Wit h BeadMa wa 

Star of tkeflM 
OAraMKUO CiRTBCH 

14111 IRrert mi Antic Cb«te 

NlekelM f . Itrtete. fMer 
■iDHlay Manes: matwr, 8:00, MO 

«Qd 11^ aA. , 
•ummer. June WA ttira La])or 

Day. 7:00, 8:0|, MQ^ 11:00 aJB. 

•iMi 12:16 pm. 
BD^JPi3!i,^im 9mLMm. and §99 



«fiO to fcOO tad TiOO 

to &00 pja. Satiiniigr 
WatMij Man. 8 tm. 
Bolj Niune Meeting - Wmihty, 

Wint Wednead^r. 7M pjut 
Kaighta of Columbus Meeting-FInt 

aiMl TiUrd Wednesday, 8:00 p.m. 
Bteaaed Vlisln Sodali^ • lliiiFBday 

8:00 pjD. before third Sunday 
Baptism - Sun^ IKN) pjn. or tqr 

appolnt]»Mit 
idvAt Instractitp Ga^ • Timdays 

7A) pjak 
OiMchism Clan t» cadtdrea • lOdO 

to UiOO Saiaird^ AJL^ 

fiAUun mfao»AL cbobcb 

40th and Pacifk>-<}A 8^73 

^fee Bev. Bdaanrtl BeArtey, Bcctor 

Hm Ber. ttfenaaa^ C. Badi, 

imUtim Bector 
Mr. J. Doagtas Habard, 

|iq)erlnteiident <a Sunday Scbotd 

8:00— Holy CooMaunlon 

9:15— Family Service and Ohurdi 

School (HjC. on 4Ui Sunday 

of the month) 
U:1S— Morning prayer and sermon 



Of tte Good HMfhwi 

Atlaatte md lilh Street 

Revv lota Dw Uatw, Mtarisin 

Mr. ItoiOnd B&lbie, Ch. »^aei 

Superiatendtent 

Mr. W.McKni^ Ant. Bupt. 

8:46 affl.—Chu roll School and 

Adult mble Oaasea. > 
11:00 aJBiv— MornJag Worship 

(N^inery tac maaSl childnn.) 
9M pjB^Youag Peopto'a Lutiitr 

Laagae 
tMMO^Prayar aad Study 
Qroup. 



S8th Street and M^ic Avwiua 
H. Waddl WMnra, VaUm 

9:30 ajn.'-^iaidi^ SchooL 
IKW ajny-4iomteg Worship 
6:45 pj&--^rrainiii« Unttm. 
8:00 pak^Bvaaiag Wonhlp. 



8.<00 p4n.— Pn^rer Him. 



rtoBBxr^miAM ohitbgh 

Itelflc Avmue irt 36th »reet 
Henry O. 
J. Pud ~ 



fc46 Mon^ Wonl^ 
9:46 (%urch Sohoel 
11:00 Morning Woraiyp 
^OO Y<»itti Ftfowibipa 



10:30 Prayer Band 

WOMBN OP THE CHWRCH 
1%ird Mc^iay — J«]^ and August 
10:30 CIrcJe Meettoffi 
lim General Meeting 




fiRi^CH! BBBTBRBir CHVBCB 

. Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arrington, PaatM* 

H. Lambert Myers 
Sunday School l^perintend«it 
I.-0O AJf.— Sunday SdbooL 
11:00 A.k.— Worship Servioa 
7A) P.M.—EToyng S«rvtee. 
ITedneeday 7S0^-Mld-Week Pnyer 
^2 8etyie». 

VIrffiala Bea«a 

' coimuHrnr CHAPEL 

TiSakln Boad, X^bdchom Bay 
Bev. IMcbard Woodward, Partor 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday School. 
IIKJO ajn.— Morning W<mdiip 
11:30 ajn.-<<aiildren'8 C3iut^ 

730 p.m.— -Evening Service. , 

6:30 pjn^— Touth Service. 

7:30 p.m. Wednesday— Prayer ft 
Bible Stwty. 



B«ai& MetfeMdM 



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Itosan ara !wld at 3*mm tmny 
BoMnson CSiapel <m ^sapsviUa 
Bd, 730, 930, 11:00, 12:18. 

CoBfeflsif»M are on Satordi^, 
730^:»). 

CHIHMM Oif GHBlSf 



}fow nMetlBg in Ixadoa Brldfi, on 
Vbghila ^(^ Bti4^ flM^9di 
paatat^ U^t 
WALXBB ML USUKm, MliMOT 

0A»4^ 
10A» a^n.— Bible Ou^ 
11 KK) a.m.— Morning WonH^ 
7:^ p.m^— Evmhig Worship 
730 pjn^We^mShqr^ Midweek 
Kbiestady. 

BAPlVra CBENKSi 

BBT. V. Mi WAUCBB, PiBstw 

W. M. MoTpia, catari^ Sdiool 

Supertataadant 
•30 tjar-. Oiureh Sebool 
llM aJBv— Morning Won^P 
730 pja<— Evening Wondiip 

HiiBia a 
MBlHOBISf tiHUBCn 

Princnv Anns. Yirgtai* 
Aittar W. Ayan, nMlor 

D. Murr^ MafiMn 
Churob 8dio(fl Siffitriate^eat 
10:15 aja.— CSiorch Be^MA 
lld5'ajB^— Mcnrniag Woraldp 



MBmcmiBI CUVIICil 

Prlne«n Anae^ Vlr^ala 
Bav. htttVT V»ri^ WakMe 

B. B. iteredtth 
Church SclMti Superlnt«ideBt 
9:46 a.m/— Churdi School. 
11:00 ajn^-Momlng Worship 
7a00 p.nk<— Methodist Touth Tel* 

fomhip. 
WJ3.C.S. 1st Wednnday foUowtng 
3rd Sunday, Methodist Men's Club 
im, Monday of each M<Hith 730 pjn. 

BKBCH CStOtni 
BfBTHOD»T CBDBCB 

Princen Aaaa 

Bogw C. Baydn, PssAov 

Bnauai McClanan. Chwnik SdMcd 

Superiatttitenl 
IQM AJL— Oiurch Jfebool 
11:00 AJC.r-4f<Hiilag W<»iailp 

CMHSt fBBWIllT KBIAN 

Bayiido Road M^ Anigcma Kvd. 
Berbart Dawrtray, brtarin ftalov 

Bsf loaaa, Ghweh 8ehoi4 9agU 
1^00 A JI.-^ofsUp Swvlea 

9:00 ft lim AJf^-Onath School 
,— ^toaawr Pal 



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WBSBaaM MSBmf G 

hJueoBot «D, 

MS AJi.— Sunday ScImoL 
U:00 AM^Maat^ for Mondng 
Wonhlp. 

CHBIBI1LM~flCIKNCB 
SOCIBTY 
S09.a04ii ^reet 
93t> ajn.— ^ntey Sdiool 
H:00 a.m. —Church Service. 
JAmo ajn.— Nursery Serv4<». 
8KX> p.m.— Wednesday Meeting. 
All Are Cbrdially Welcome 




fwnaa 8. T^m, &m^ 9t0mk 

SupMtotW^taft 

MS ajB.— anH<di SdioeL 
11:00 aja^--4ionilag Wontdpi. 
730 pjoa^-^raaii^ W<»ri% , 
1^ PA. Wadneadqf — FHfm 
Sarvion. 

Qtairt Wacit Boa d, amJSa^ tm. 

fed yftaM 

8ia»lnr SdioflA Suparti^Mideai 
9 ill rmi lliinilay wAmA 
10:45 aAr-Moniiag Woi«h^ 
tiOOpji^ WaAMsday — Piayir 




0. A. MaOOBMieK. IBh 

S. B. Goode^ matOtsr Sf^ntA 809^ 
9:00 a jn.?~4foiii&iv WawWp 
lOMiaja.— Suadi^ Selwal 
ll.'OO aja^-Moraiiw^ Wordte 
7.Wpja.— Youth ratefiMtDp 

»bama LTm r BAPmf 
dpnuJB 






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930 AJi.-~4Naiday SdMri . 
IIXXI A.M/-Mbi^g WoMii]^ 
630 PJd^'natahig Uidoa. 
V. T. euiett, director. 
7.-45 PJI.— E^miing Wora^. 
VBDltBaKAT iBBVBni 
to IMHa lifaa Hid 
730 PJIr-4MRo«a and 

8«) PJt— Prayer Servlca 

8:45 PJIL— Adult Choir Itehetinl 



ndoBinLii BApTm 



Bcv. Btl^ Gardasi^ PaMor 
laal I^aaBady«#aiiv Scftoi ~ " 
9:45 AJi.— Suadnr 8eho<a. 
1130 AJlr-4%ur^ Bonrioa. 
830 PJC^EvuigiriMk Swrvka. 
830 PJi.— Tbarsibgr Tnyn S»> 
▼loa. 

iHAUft MBtHODHf cannMBi 

Plaa St, aad Ta. Beadi Bta4 

Ca mrdi Offtoa PlioaaGT)pay 74NMt 
BBV. B. J. QABBBn; P aa ter 

Pboaa oYanr 744a8 
Hfa. Jmam B. Prai^, Qittrdi* 

Sdiool Ekiptflataideal 
9:45aja^~Clkurdi Sdiool 
IL-OOaoa.— McHtiiag Wordite 
630pja.*~^it«iBadiata M.tJ'. ^ 
730 p ja.>-4«ttor M.YJ'. 
?30pAL— Tltuza&ty, JtailMr atoto 
&0Opja.^'ni«ersdqr, Swiiwr Oaglbt 

'ii30pjB.^-«4tad w^tmottf, wact 

630 pja./— 3rd Tuesday, Mdi'a OiA 



Wlilten T. 

Mnle Dlneter 
Aabrey IT. 
C^ardl Schoid Sapeeteteadeat 

8:45 A. M.— Church. Sebqoi 

All Age Groups 
lliOO A. M.— Woi^itp Service 

Nursery 
6:30 P. M.-Older Tot^ 

FeUowataip 




COiDS 

Rdieve aches and pai» irf cohb «iMi 
STANBACK TaUete or Powdm. 
>Uso use as prgie for sore tliroat 
due to colds. STAhTBACK'S S. A. 
(Syaoiistic Action) reduces fevd'. 
briags fa^er, more ocMnplete relief. 
Remember... Snap back trith 
STANBACK! 



YOU HMfE 10 TRYIf 
TOBBiEISlTI 

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CHJCt^CB. OV CBBtSr 

15th Street and Baltte Avenue 

Norman Davis, ¥tuHor 
Bamett Ferguson, Sunday SdKXd 

Superintmdent. 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday SchooL 
11:00 ajn.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 p.'m.— PA. Service. 
730 p.m.— Bvangelirtic Set flea 
Mid-week service, 730 pjn. Wed> 
aaaday. 



TBMPLB BMAMUffli 

28th and Baltic. Vir|^ia Beadi 
PhlUp BaUMwita, BabU 

Morton RonJofc, BeHgMis 
Schools Superintendent 
TM A.M.— Services Bfon.>^i. 
B30 A.M.-Scrvices Skit. 
830 A.M.— Services Sun. < 
830 P.M.— Friday Evening 
Wofdtip 

CiniBCB 09 GOO 

^0 ]4ih Street 
Jack Wr muaaaa. Pastor 

Claude MeGuire, 
Sunday School Superintendeat 
1030 A.M.-Churcb School 
U-OO AJi.— Evmil^ Worship 
730 P.M.— EvenU^ Worship 
7:30 P.M. Thursday — Y.P.E. 
730 P.M. Tuaaday — BM^er Btr- 
vica. 



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LYNWHAV EH 
„PBBBBYTBBIA1t CBj/BOB 

L^fiavea^lBafB ^ 
Bev. Rayau^ C. V^toa, Mster 

Grover Swindell, Church School 

Superintendent. 
1030 a.m.— 45hui^ SdKJol. 
um a.m,— Moraiag Worthip. 

6^0 p.m.— Youth wlowahlp. 

6:») p.m.— Pioneer FeHo'«'«hip. 

730 p.m.Evening Worship. . 



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MBXWHBR tamVBXM 

Great Neck Itoad, Oceana, Wm. 
,Bev. X<a« H. B^mdt, B ss tot 

firvia Svsna 
Church School Smgrtetaadwrt 
9:45 8jn.— Churdi Staled 
1130 ajn. — M(8raia» Wondito 
730 pan.— YouUi FallowBMp. 
7:30 p.m. Saturday— lat. Ptwdip. 
(Nurs^ for all laomiag aarvton) 

PBAWCIS A SBI^T 
MBTHdDlST OHVBCH 

Meeting in Ute John B. Bey Sdiool 
Great Neck Boad 
B. 3. Taylor, Pastor 
Lee M. Myara, 
Church School Sineriatcadael 
9:45 a.mw— Church Ssbool 
1130 aja«— Manias Wmbip 
(Nursery for pra«Sbo(4 i^pad dUt 
dnm.) 

BOBUD BAPTMF CBUBCH 

BiValde,^^^rgtaria, 

Cb^eawtdl Boad ft laAavlew Dr. 

Bev. David M«M« Pmlar . 

0:45 ajn.— Sunday SdUMl * 
1130 a.mv-^liomii^ Wordito 
7:45 p.ia.— Evening Wordup 
7:45 p.as. — Wednaaday evaUag 
, prayiHr aervloe 

KING'S GRANT 

BAPTBT CHAPEL 

Utiis Nedi Boad 

l^aahavM, Va. 
IBev. H. £. Sichuds, Jr« Pat^ae 
10:00 a.m.— Sunday School 
11KX) a.m.— 'Morning Woi^Mlp 

^ DIAMWW aapKWC B 
CMBWIIAII CBEIP^B 

Diaddaa of daitt , 

6700 W. Had»i Boad 

Near Unie CtmIh Fsry 

Jaha W. JolUM(»i, Psator 

ft46 ajB.— Oiurch Sdiool. wUh 

daasn fOT all agaa. 
1030 ajn.r— Morniag Wordilp. 
6:30 p.m.— Chi Rho FaUowddp. 
730 p.m.— (%i1stlaa Youth f%t 




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Sennoo. Hety Onannuif 
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ftoadida 
Bar. A. P. 

naadaAHctOfi, 
Chwidi SdMiol 9 
S4S uav'Citwdi 
liM aoar-Jlu^ag Wordiip. 
?d» ]Ma^Yoa»i >d(o«ahIp. 

VAHH BAfXaV UBVldtal 

tnt Ta. Baadi KvA. Iforfoik. Va. 

ftai ML iMIsa, Pasis* 

UL»i27?HPLMS7Y * 



tili a.ra^— 4kaiday Sdiod. 
113S «JB.>-^]lc«afia Wandiip. 
$m M^T-Pdlei^fi Boar. 
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IMO AJt-4linalBff Woedi^ 
1130 AMf4aamh \kiKM 



MBIHeDBS CBUBCai 

KBot«i tsiaad. N.C. 




OCaiAN PABK CHAPS* 

Du Pont Clre^ Baysida, Ta. 
C. Pbll^ Tnaar, P a ate 

9:45 ajn.— Bible SdlooL 
1130 a.ra.— Mwniaa, Wo^iip, « 
6:*) p.m.— Youth TOne. 
7M p.m/-^amify Nl|^t Servtee. 
10:% a.m. Tuesday — Woaea'a 

Prayer Ckotqpi. 
730 pjn. We<toesday — Btbto 
Stidy and Ih^yer. 

m. MABKAJtB. CHI7BGB 

Ocana* Ta. 

Bar. D. P. VsMM, fiatar 

R. L-Qordm, SuadvS^aol ^$L 
930 a.m.— Suadif^ Sdrad. 
1130 aja<— Worship S<rrtea, 

BAinUDB BAPimS &aJtXM 

Bobbiaa Corner, teyMa, Va. 
Seo<md f%x»>, (hwlMi's Maritat 
Eka wr, itayiiAi, Ta. 
Bav. Main Dd^M^ Paalsr 
D. E Se^ Sunder MwA A^t 
Mi a.m>-Sandqr M^M. 
lOtSffi 8Jn.— Mcm^^ Wm^ip 
6:15 pjn.— TralBlng Vnkxa. 
730 P4S.— ^vwlag Wca^^ 
7:86 pjo. mmt»»4l9 " rmm 



B. H. Beitfay, Sanday Sdiool St^ 
1030 ajn.— Suadin School. 
1130 ajn.— Word& tarvica. 




MaWM WB 

JJayAB. 
Sunday School SapnfntaadaBt 
8:60 aJB^-l&nihig Worship. 
9:tf ajn.— SuSHlbgr Sdiod. 
1130 ajB.— MnmiBg Woridifa. 

730 p A^Ti^Si "tma^ 

830 pjB.-B««ali« Wordi^ 
WM& amte fliat Wadiiaaday, 
l(h30 




Princen Aai^ ^^^[* 
Ardiar W* Ajpara, IPnilsa 
B. li. Pnr^ 
Chun^ Sdiool Si^Mitifati^hm 
103O ajB.— Ifondi^ WOtthip. 
1130 aja,— Churdi S^id. ■ 
im pJB^Matbodl^ Youtti f^ 
Soirahip. 



MBSBMBS 

Ba^ Bay, ViniBia 

Bar. Iiattrd C. ^taq^haa 

Ut. Bdmird irauania 

C3iurch SdMxd ft»«intandaat 

1030 ajB^— Chur^ schod. 

1130 aja^-MM'^^ Vfe^^i^. 

BAYHDB GBIMRIAN taBHUM 

DrtAMdOraiwm 
Bar. O. A«M Wea. 
Jefta B. AhaalMaw ». 



9:45 AM^Wximo' tmnie*. 
9:45 AJt-Suaday B^hooL 
113 A-M^ Wtote^^ Sn>viea. 



CM way 

PBssBYmyiUr vhubuh 

nnt Stiraat. ^earodK. Iftefdk. Ta. 
B. CkmraB^aft^^JPaalar 

dnurch fd^l Siqrt. 
9:45 ajn<— Cbttidi ^^eoL 
1130 ajn.— MmdVlMKiA^ 
6^ pA^lMiflW VA9«d^ 
630 pjn^— n^Mar f^Uowdiip, 
630 pjn.— Yotug Peopte'a Vdlaw* 

dap. 
&0O p.m^— WMtMsdi^ — 

BMOtiag. 




Bar. Baary C. ItaAaa, %>., 
& D. Sea^ Jt^ 
(%nr^ Stibod ^mmmOm 
MO ajftr-fii^ OoMRwMnr 
9ib a.m.^~Aii^ Sirvtea aa4 

1030 aa. tftcoBfl Sainplee 
llil» ajaw-MdiMg ftvtf mA 
l^ttaa (itt Swday; Wi$ 

6m pjo.— Youag INfo^B f^ttnr 



fStPtXM 

2. Boot iB7, Norfolk, Ta. 
A. B. Mmh^ pastsr 
W. H. Plaroe, 
ilwidsy Sdwol SapartntMdaat ; 
9m ajn/~^m^ School. * 

um aja.— Mornbig Worship. 
%m pja^--Bapttat Tralnlag Utdm 
8a09 pon^— Bv^atog Wwship. . 

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Malrta L. SUdwdl, BamSaj Sdwd 
Simer ig t aad Bit 

8:0 aja^<*«IMtriefa Sdiool 
nM tM/»'%mfng Wonvtp. 

Tie ajh/HMawame SarvloK 

7d» p jB^-4^wtt^. 'PuWt Am- 
banaditt^ youm aervlca. 

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BiMav 



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IrSlKmDtfra 



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9MtO^ 
Herbert IL Aadersta 
Churdi Sd^l^^etjntcadeet 
BeOS' a.81.— 4ai^y adiod. 
1639 a jn.F— WiVdap So'riea. 

kTHW 

PiiUb £9RIBCB 
Bt. 1, BaslA 9«faida,^Ta^ 

Bobm h. BM^ amreh IdMol 




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Bit aj&<— Oiurdk Abad. 

f^ jiiii Byinlin Prffag. 




Mr. Bbtfdai^ tlam», 

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^JBa«^-W«^p Senrto. 

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Arc nas beeoming imall» than the ekdn tii^r 
ti^teh? Aa wa rash from plane to pUm, titf to 
^, ai^dntiMBt to appdntmdit, are wa thxiOb- 
iflt raUMT l^n groiHagt 

Fot ewtwriM mea have gone forth from thdr 
iemm to w<»^ dther by foot, ship, horaduKk or 
in a Jet that din eron a continent between lunch 
aad dtai^. Whe^ in tiM end it was "w^tli W 
has aiwiqra dq>^ided oa wMher a stta foawi 
tinw aa tlie ywrs went )3f t<a thoae tilings ev«i 
meam iaipmrtoiit than aocMaa— hia family, his hotiM^ 
antfMi^ter& 

If tiie doBAaAi of your job— the jwce of your 
^•—iiAy ehain^ yqa to a dock that is t^of 
!MBWt^^7<»> VP, IMMue to remenber: ia may 
hunaaa Ufa there are ovfy w many hoon, none of 
lAfek nagr be redidaaa^ onee fhgfw ticM h^. 
Fmee to le^e, too. that it takn only a minuto 
to pny« only an hour to go to church on Sunday 
T-yet the boMrftta reaped from even aaA Inief 
diocatioa to Olod ean be etama]. 

f-ofn%M taai. bkltr Mr. tiMd, 



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IpNRg League 

Smith-Keene t»kM • Qommxnd- 
mg ftntriwliit leid into the final 
night*' action by dropping the 
CIsP Te>. CSi>. 3 pol^t*. The h«U 
point win, by th* IVIetriioneinMn 
only fivea th«m a malhamatlcal 
ehanee for the third round Cham- 
pioiuMp tte. 

VtffinU B«ACh Marine Sales, led 
by OMvllt Cauiinmi'i M im. took 
the iMMure of Sandler Seafoods 
three to one. 

Hofge Motor Co. ^Md the only 
ppMP bar downlif'Uott Bulck four 

% MM. r* 

Won licart 

I. Smlth^Keene 251 61 

J. C^ 1%L Oo ; , 21 J 101 

'0, SMAltir Seafoods ... 17 16 

4. W^ fcil<A . . 16 m 

^ VI ^rine ^let ... 10 10 

«. Uoi^ Motor Co. . 16 W 

t- Nat. Bank of Oomm. l» 17 

f. «1r«^^M '500' ,14 18 

% Go^ar Motor. Co 40 22 

$6. pt' JTuA 0« 9 24 

I. <^M^ a»hii|«n 662 

tf*¥"Hom 635 

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i. Maury INm^^ 
I. ItHn 8awjf«r . 
ft. NeU Bowser 
7. -Mm ZanUa . 

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VaeBeadhibn 

Sgt Jaratev Scdiw (^ Vii^nta 
«ei%vto^.%! jMrmS Jtneup for 
iM Fort BMiilli^ Soccer Teem an- 
ta^need hf fto. Btia N. Toth of 
Ifelr Xom N.Tm ^ptaiit (rf the 
19A tbu^lK^ bo«iw». 
, The Dow^oyg ^ve no eoifch 
tnit the "^yev have organi»<(f 
t^naailvee ^ t thnMiy a week 
|Oi|$bw to get in top'lhcpe for tiie 
fcbcdtaie wmds haa been arranged 

rfar. 



'BW' MM^nt sehetele calle for 

- • g up AprU 8 

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mnfeilfe »Mi SfAM^K Pow- 
tel « AMMt. STANBACK'S 
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FhireM C«ltBrl»t 
Olympla AtblKIc ft tttealtJi Oab 

Cori'eot food twlwtion Is of vttal 
importance to your physical well- 
being. You will reallie the tre- 
inei\rtoua Importance OT food If you 
experience hun- 

¥8r a few daya. 
et you can Mt 
reguisFly for 
yeers and never 
^mvnt the im. 
lArUnce of cor- 
rect food nelec- 
tio% until you 
ae^me ill or all- 
8g from derange, 
nents caused by 
mproper e«^g. 
ft ts the ,pur- 

jrohB Waretag Po*® of '^>« af- 
Mcle to give you 
vital facU about Iww your body 
awimliateB jteod, turning It Into 
either muiici# Tissue, or energy to 
perform hard, active woric. This 
Infwnuit^ will enaUe you to 
Judge which foods are good tor 
Wilfdlng strong muicle tissue and 
which are mmt Mrttable for tup* 
plying the energy needs of your 
body, 

A iQiowledge of Mie best etMrgpr 
producing foods ia as vital to thOM 
IntereMed In getting the best out 
el ifytlr bodies, ag a lcnowle(^ of 
fihe t>m an04(noeic gas is to Otose 
Mdftoted m gmthg the tfiost pow« 
^ OBt <rf tll«lr <!ar. 

VmM <ht»«ps 

Pood (softMirts M tliose sub- 
staiKM wtilcb furnish energy to 
tbe Ixxdy, build tissue, Ml regu- 
late body processes. 

The nmplest and mort conven- 
laat way to study the dlflerent 
^omimn foods is to grmip tMiB 
imo Kverai lan^ €lMK«. 

ficlentifically callM nutrients, 
ftwdi am be divided into the six 
foUowiiif groui^: Proteins, car- 
bohjMivtes, fkts, minena salt, vita* 
otitns aiM ir<t«r. 

X MMifit mf, fats nd prDtetaa 
We tt* mlijf aiM MAMawMHrhM 
tbe boi; eui aae far iM to give 
yoa tmut^ io kec^ yoar bo^ 
aliYe, ai^ Uie energy to get tJitims 
desM 9«IMI^ iM ^HtH#wiMy- 

Jilttera) -salts, vitamins and wa- 
ter supply the building and repair 
materiak wbteh ^ur boify needs 
and demand*. 

CoMtaatfy Om Go 

Slnoe your body never has any 
period when it is eoMplMely at 
rest. It is always ntccMwy to^ hKvt 
energy foods in your diet. The 
greater jMrt ot tlie energy used^to 
keep th* bo^ running, when a 
person Is completely In r^>ose, is 
used principally In maintaliiing the 
tone of the mu«tes. 

flit jsuseies are nev«- con^tete- 
ly at rest, and rtrength-boOding 
sfcttvithw go on in them even wfclte 
you are asleep. 



n^MIIIWI SEfiVICE 

by appwntrtmn 

mm F. JETER 

AimouiieM Hit AvMlabHMy For Tht 
Pr«l»ratioii df tax Rattirm 

ilU^lfMCB>JN AU BRANCNES OF TAXATION 



I.ANTERS CHEMICAL 
I SERVICF 

QED TERMITE CO 
MA 5-5373 




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fbsM a^TUtae «Hiaa|r faiii^o» 
MMit iMer iwrMa irt «ri^NlM- ia|' 
rtMMaow wottL 'SbK* thai feeiir 
MiMt k* J if uUiJ wllb biMMttwr 
atatMMs i> tie #«»■ of TttankM, 
■la^ai Mlto wai- watw to kirill 
aew wukUi ItaMe, t^ j th sg Irttk 
enfiv loote lo aM <he bq<^ la 
eMSfwMMt Aeae kaWlac auMMtela 
Mb ^«e. 

Kow l€t% see how the needs of 
your body must be su|^le^ for 
txttmat^ work. Whenever work to 
done like ^Mentng, swimming, 
tennis or any type of strenuous ex- 
erctsi', energy is used up tn direct 
ratio to the amount of work ac- 
c«^pM^*d.,Thlrn*sans th« these 
who perform hai^** physlml tadts 
must take more «iergy foods to 
provide the added enMigy needed 
for their wmk fhewfare. yott 
should work Mt your m0» to sutt 
vour Individual needs. %pply your 
body with mineral salts, vitamins 
ami water to meet the muscle- 
building requirements. In addition, 
supply the energy footki; <ai*ohy- 
drates. &U, and-j^telM required 
to perform the intei^al work of 
turning these Imllfitog fimt*rialR 
into new tissue, mi fwtlier to 
8^>piy the great amount of energy 
required for str«i^w outsMe 
«^rk. '^ 

DoaHOvcl^* 

Try eatl^ varlovi, amounts and 
see how much food ye« really need 
to function mcst *rficlently. No 
one else oan decide this for you. 
The amount of Wortt you do--<he 
energy demands of your body are 
so different from anyone else's, 
Uiat only you alone can decide how 
much food you should cons^nft. 

The only s^ne rule, for you to be 
^rtaln of 1« "flettfer hungry than 
oif«fe#*. Poail stuff! 

GAJlBCWraitM^ar - Are tjie 
su^rs and starches found In our 
food. 

TMPBw^r* mt 4pe«m aub^ancy 
MniOar in ^tm^rm fa bottw- and 
#o*d om. 

HtCyvmiS— Are fowid In meats 
and ea^ t^ white cOh^a 
mostly <rf protdn. 

'MlhrSRAL. SAfLTS — Aife nwst 
suitably found In fruiu and vege- 
tables. 

VITAMINS— Are substances oth- 
er than proteins, fate, carbohy- 
drate and mineral Salta. They are 
essential for growth and the main-. 
t«iaMe ot hMilth, for Uiey regulate 
the InterMl glands of the body. 

VfiATBlf-^Eniei-s into the coan- 
posttion of body tissues Mid assiaU 
In regulating body functioaf. 



RMiAt 



wiam-Mmmms 

Qitmi 8che4fl^l,^JW; i^yi 
March I«, at Wa§0mm | 

Vs. ^ach leniors vs. Kemps* 

vllJe; 2 p.nv 
Chesapeake B^ach %'■•<. Aragona, 

ReMUlbi — .MJtrch It 

Va. Beach Sntiora 36, Diamond 
Springs 18. 

KempsvlUe 18, Va. Beach Juniors 

*ai««peafce Beach 44, Woo^itociE 
Aragona 30, Creeds ». 



9. 






Monday, Mufh $, 

LUcky «lrlk^ won 3 pts. ov©? 
CoachM. 

IHilconB won 3 pt0. over Alley 
Cats. 

Vlying nnheads won 4 pts. over 
F^ur Aces. 

Ali^ Breaken wen 4 pts. over 
Scorptons. 

Block Burtera won 3 pts. over 
Loafeim. 

Son Ltps was real Iwt today, 
rolled a 172474-221 for a 567 set. 
This is tefjTifle liewiing for our 
Junkmi.> , 

CMiRdh aipj^Wwjr Leagae 

Hlrts T.V. won .4 jtU. over Char- 
ity Crw«to% 

Prinoe^p Anne tl^ Pyrasiid 
Body Works. 

The tuthesans Won 3 pts. over 
Woodey Realty. 

The Gobs tied "ftw Phantoms. 

The Four flamm^s won 4 points 
over Kelly's team. 

Ekl Walton was high for these 
evening with a 203 pme and 547 
set. 




Hfi Bowling 



MMesa Aaae lieagm 

Jsle of "kSiprl won 4 points over 
8pmA WMI. 

€h>lBM«H^ Market Ued Village 
Inn. 

Brvine Team tied Buddys Tex- 
aa>. 

Aragona IPharmacy tied Mesimer 
Team. 

Rene Uxh bad bl|^ fuse ^le 
and s«t %K). 



¥vUt»amA mreaaea^ -Leivnte 

Virgtbta i^M l^o. t won 3 pts. 
over Courthouse Servl«» Center. 

C. F, Kaites Cd. won 4 points 
over Davis Comer. 

Lynnhaven won^ 3 points over 
Black water No. 2." 

BladLwat^ No. 1 won 3 pts. over 
Cities atrrlce OU Ob. 

¥0^: tied KrauM (kmat. 

Va. Beach Fire Dept. uron by 
forfeit 

G. Papie ffH tops with li91-2!25- 
175 for a 561 s«t. 



Floaeer Mtsed Le^m 

Southern Material won 4 points 
over Carter Contmcting. 

Tfenttc CoiWt. W&n 1 {^ .over 
Brooks ^gcter. 

Va. Giltlftqp wQ«t 3 points Over 
NUcon Slectrlc. 

Ellyaim Atlantic won 4 points 
over Lucky Strike. 

Al's ShOBt Metal won 4 pts. over 
Orphans. 

High set was rolled by BUI Hor- 
ner, S8B. 



'nMsday, ManA 7 

C^fee Vaie League 

pruellers won 4 pte. over Bird- 

Dolfiits tied Team He. 7. 
Rorae I^Mw Glris th9 Pm Bust- 
ers. 
Jelly. BoISb won 4 points over 

VJlM. OOmbb CiTfllaa Laagae 

Be'l'O won 4 pts. over Phinwms. 
y^elietlts mm 3 fU. orver Jets. 

Corsa^ w<m f pts.. over pilb%t 
Duttkei*. 

BUI'S Su|Kx» tied Me ot <7aprl. 

Crusaders won 3 pts. over Sky- 
rays. 

T^mnpsons Aotoco won ^3 pts 



Towa * CMMty Ladlea Leagaa 

Oceana B»uty Shoppe won 4 
pts. ovw Oceana Curb Market. 

Marie's; Hair Styling won 3 pts. 
o^^mT Beach Travel Service. 

D. E. Bonney won 4 pts. over 
Denton's Gifts, 

Allstate Br«d wan 3 ^, over 
Barr's Pharmacy. 

Holsum Bread won 3 pts. over 
Barr's Phannacy. 

Winnie Wilson was high for tbte 
league with a 491 set 

"llianidar, Mareb 9 

Oeeaaa OHUstm Wive* 

Ooac»uBB wstt 3 pte. over '^nm- 
Whitehurst. 

• 31st St. Cleaners won 3 points 
over Qrvalier Gai«ge, 

Mon's Amo<x> won 3 pts. wrer 
Bay IslaQd. 

fYldley's won 3 ^. over Bew^h 
Travel Service. 

PrlaeeM itaae FaeaHy 

Old Folks won 4 points ovei" 
Cavaliers. 

Chemarts tied Bowlers. 

Toungsters won 3 pts. over Ac«. 

Tar HeeU won 3 pts. over the 
Pros. 



Ball * Cbaln Mbted Leniae 

A^n^Kiii tiimn won 3 ptd. over 
An)biirn Tram. - ' 

BenittrAMannlng won 4 points 
over Srause Team. 

Huanarbe» Team won 4 points 
over Dt^le 'ream. 

B^QCtaiann Team ^ won 3" points 
over LMiganecker Team. 

Parkar Team won 3 pts. over 
Bnripy Team. 

Johmon Team tied TYekshler 

Jim Burgay rolled 24« for high 

finae. WllUe Lee Amundson had 
Igh set with a Q20. This Is Lee's 
se«>nd 600 set this week. 



Pte PsU (Men's Le«Kae 

t^m No. "I >w» 3' points over 
Ke% SMWly, 

GoidAi* DKgon w<Mi 3 pte. over 
Clark -Cheweieu 

Burns SMcfalr iw>n 3 points over 
Stelr Ummrf. 

Sport l^rvlee i^op won 3 pts. 
over Meeklna Pontlae. 

CTiarley Boilen whipped out a 
nice «tln this league, 164-194-338^ 
far a S94 set 



Flynn's Team, wmj 4 pts. over 
Ptn^lnners. 

Friday NMe Mixed 

Woodchoppers won S pts. over 
Allstate Ins. Co. 

jBeasley's Atlantic won 3 points 
over Ying's Restaurant. 

Borne & Sort tied Emrhae Mo- 
tors. 

Isk of Capri won 3 pl^, oyer Mal- 
bon Motors. 

Ellysoit Team won 3 pU. over 
Team No. 14. 

Oceana Dru|^ won 3 points over 
Team No. 1. 

Team No. 4 won 4 points ovtr 
Langhorne Ins. 



Vlrglol* S»ad» SWW«WS Thursday, March 16, 1941 

i ' P«ge 7-A 



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Tkanday Nli^t Ladles 

Clark Ohevrotet Won 3 pts. over 
Gunters. 

Kelly's Texaeo won 3 pts. over 
The Live Wires. 

K^t Owl Ladles 

Leading Beauty tied Team No. 3. 

Beac^ Blvd. Market won 3 {ita. 
over Krauss Omsi. ^ 

Team No. 6 won 4 pointe oyer 
Beauty Box. 

t^neese Aaae SalbwrliaB 

;Qgt8 tfcfcj 4pgh0f J^" 

over ^rmnma.. .-„„„ , 

Beaeh llftvet iW*M*flMl Ad-j 

miralty MoMl. 
H<* plants t^ Aerep-s. 
Brooks Builders won 4 pts. over 

T-£qUares. 

Fridar. JMmA 19 

Miiteatlrrs Ladles 
81oa3alls won 3 points over Pin- 
curlers. 

0ay Sacfeswon 4 pte. over Alley 
Cats. ' ■ - ' ; 



ervtcemen 



IN THE NEWS 

BENNETT IX GJ^OfAKY 

Army Pvt. James L. Bennett Jr., 
22, whose fpother, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Bennett lives; at 104 Laurel Lane, 
recently arrived In Germany and 
is now ft memlier of the 41st Artil- 
lery. 

Bennett a personnel clerk in the 
artillery's Headquarters and Sferv- 
it« Battery In- Kitslngen, entered 
the Army in Septemtoer 1960 and 
received basic training at Fort 
Jackson, SX7. 

He is a 1957 graduate of Har- 
grave Military Acadwiy at Cha- 
tham and attended Elon College. 

Navy lA. <j.g.) Perry R- Cham- 
bers, son of Lee E. Chambers of 
1401 Baltic ave., Virginia Beach, is 
serving with Detachment 42 of 
Carrier Airborne Early Warning 
Squadron 33 aboard the attack air- 
craft carrier USB Forrestal, oper- 
ating with the ^xth Fleet In the 
Mediterranean. 

Detachment 42. flying the AD- 
SQ "Skyraider" aircraft, will pro- 
vide units of the Sixth Fleet with 
advance warning In the event of 
en«ny attack. 

• Army Pvti Louis S. (^ruana, son 
of Mr. and .Mrs, Louis V. Cpiruatta, 
10 Millwood rd., London Bridge, 
recently was airlifted with the 
^d Airborne Division's 503d 
Infantry ta I^nama* where he par- 
ticipated in a paratroop drop dur- 
ing Exercise Solidarity, March 1-4. 

<^rxjana is regularly a^lgneil as 
a jeep driver in the 50Qd"s Com- 
l»ny E at F^rt Bragg, N.C. He re- 
ceived basic j»mbat training at 
Foil Jackson, BC 

The 18-year-oW wldier attended 
Princess Anne High Schrol. 



EAIttY PROS 

Despite a forfeit on the part uf 
Team No. 8, last Weeks' bowling 
waa a huge success with pins fly- 
ing hot and heavy. Several nwe 
400 sets were recorded. With Jean 
Core firing a 452, Team 7 swept ■» 
big points from No. 2, even though 
O^ M«atna bad a jHoc %6. With 
Ckin Hamill blasting the high 
game of the week — ■ 188, her No. 
3 Team took the measure of Team 
1 for 3 points. Clara also came 
through with a 441 total plnfall. 
Jc'an PQWell tried to stem the tide 
With aS6. With Bva Smith and ^S 
being the only member on Team 
No. 8, No. 4 Team had an easy 
time of It fining four points by 
forfeit Lcrttle Creekmore was high 
in this mateh with Am. "Peam No, 
1 with Bev Briand, 177-^a bumped 
Team 5 for 3 points, even though 
Charlotte Lyles had a ntoe 300. 

"HALF AND HALF" 

Steady improvement Is being 
ihown by the Husbaivl and Wife 
League, whteh Tolls each Monitay 
evening. Larry Brown with 21fr 
507 and Dutch Wagner's 200-4(» 
showed the way for the men. Bay- 
side's leading girl bowl^ ean^ 
through with another steady per- 
formance. Myrt had a , 4»1 this 
week. Margie Jloore had a nice 4^ 
followed cloMly by Shirley Devary 
and a fine 413. Jim must be a pret- 
ty good Instructor, as Mrs. Cald* 
well chipped In with a 456 set. 

BAwiDE ciniRcn iMAinm 

W. J. Brooks and hla 452 was 
the Big One in the Church League 
last wertt, but It could* not help 
the Bozos as Uiey dr<^ped 4 |rts» 
to the High Balls. Jim Green, and 
his New Hook Itell came through 
with a 512 for the Strikeouts, This 
surprised the Tigers who dropped 
all 4 points. Despite steady t)owllng 
by R. Caldwell and Robert Morris, 
tile Spotter dropped four to E 



Quackcn Ball Boun- 

eers. The vnxiwrs vt.ih a fine 533 
-set from It Rtcfcer ciobbered 
Firebaila. Bill (iaylord waa 
there pitching with 430. Kay W»- 
arbaley on the Plnwheelera was 
unable to turn the tide with hmr 
484 !*el as they dropped 3 polBft 
to th* CastronoUe*. B- Overton a^ 

469 teip«d ttt^f tfom. withi:. 
MdCoy and Jo* Pawner <» tlia Qe- 

Ing Jlne with 510 and 500, the HUP 
Rollers and Plnhustera hatf qtltte 

a .match b\it the butters f 
3 points. 

WEDNESDAr C.WALIERB ^* 

Colonial Stores took over ^ 
ifpot in this league by virtue ol 
four-point win over Bayvlllft No. 1 
Oarttwell pacad this victory wUji 
a .522. Jim Howard and nis 4W 
helped BaysMe TV to a ifpotnt ^ 
ov« BayvUle Mo. 2. Bednari» 
Amoco, on the »tren0(h o< JMi 
Snyders l93-fi21 binnped SeVi 
Sea,4 Restaurant for 3 point."? 
ry, no tally sh^w mmtt recei^Kl 
on other matches te tiUs toagu^ 

The first cotBM^Mtotted Ad 
In tlM U. S. Naw wiBi tSmM 
gow Farragut. This honor w«i 
stowed upon him by an M^ 
CoBgrcw.tn JWy, Mf6. 




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3. Kespa^e « 3 

4. Tlialla 3 . 6 

5. Flying Tlgere 1 8 

6. Junior Dolphins 1 ^ 

Oanws SchedulrtI to be played 

Mkrch 18, at Princes Anne High 

linM- Ool^Uns vs. Kenjpaville, 
9 aan. 
Woodstock vs. Flying Tigers, 

10:00 a.m. 

•Hialta W, Flying Tlgws i. 
She! ton Park 00, Juplor Dol- 
phins 0. "' - 
Woodstoc* 27, Kiani^lte m. 

IN'tTOtMKDlATK • I45A«VK 

G«i^« scheduled to l>e Splayed 
March* 18, at Prince.^ Anne High 
SeBN»t 

Dart» vs. FateoBs, 8 a.m. 

Wo<^sttk:k vs. Wyitde, 10 am. 

Kempsvllle vs. Dolphins, 11 a.m. 

Ara^n* vs. Sheiton l^rk, 12:00 
noon. 
Hesalt»<-Marcfc 11 • 

Ara«mi t9. Bayside 8. 

Oartt % JKtmpsvllle 22. 

»jelton Paifc %l, Dolphim 20. 

Falcons 24, TlMlla 18. 

games i^iMttfed W,be played 
Mwch 18, m Krtttiwimie. 

London Brld^ vs. DiaijKjnd 
Sprt^s. 1^ a.m. 
ItBoitftii JWarrh 11 

ijndon BfM^ 32, Wooctetock 17 

«MSWd S^tofs », Arafwui 7. 

Tteam Won Lost 
1. Kempsvllle Biptlst . . .91 
a. Aragona 7 A 

5. IHiuiMfy Mrttodist . . . . t 8 

4. Kempsrtlle <tomm 4 8 

ft. Oak Oiove Bapttrt .... 2 7 

6. Oi^w^ke Mtth :... I 9 
(James fe8eftfl«l, to he played 

March 17, »t K^^Ue . 

Kempavttle l^Wt vs. Kemps- 
vllle Ctoannunity, 7 p.m. 

Aragona vs. Jtouwiry l^^crtl^ 
8:00 pJib ■ ■ _J 

14NKH(«ir P^K 

Qtmrn rf»dlited W he pMiyed 
Mareh 18, at Prlh*^ AniW Hlj^ 
ScIkwI. 

Hawk /!% Ihm^ 

Mrs, «eld Brvlft^^ OA Winner 
Tuesday W the ladies l^y ^f 
to(B>n«iwmt at the Prtoww Anne 
mmA. She carded lOT^-fl. Mrs. 
C. P. lawman was second with 




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MARCH 16, 17, 18 

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irgini^'s Art 

By Leslie Cheek, Jr. 
DfttdOB^ VlqNt MuMua oC Bne Alts 

1%t Mfaadlr lamm amM (i( itt Stale MoMM Jenftn A* 

«RM m m T^ -" ol nt is tka AMWt cd kuluM d ie cuhunl 
hedofi clan V^iolnik llA b ow of ■ K>ia oC aitidy wliidi wiO 

•ppen Mch indt dadBt dw Viqfah Muieim't 25tii Bbdidif fw 

A ITth Ccntuiy Patty 



Ma|a2iiit Sits fecial Ismm On Civllillhr 



KhM W. Ad«m« of I&iMiM 
Ford, Inc., Virginia teach, an- 
mninced today that In line trith 
F'oi'd jJealera* support of th« Civil 
War Centennial, he Is offering to 
the public* Hpecial centennial Is- 
sues of "Ford Times" magasltw. 

Th« Centennial stories In the Is' 
sues of the magazine represent the 
longest series on a single subject 
ever to appear In the 53 year*' pub- 



lication of "For4 TlmeB", Mr. 
Adams aaM. 

IrioK tinn 100 pages of the 
iMatrh, April and May Issues of 
"Ford Times" are ducted to tim 
Civil War Centennial., « 

The March issue, for ei^mple, 
contains articles on Fort Sumter. 
CharI«Mon, a background atory on 
the great war, modern musele- 
loadert, a reviA|ttng of battle- 



ground altes, and a Urt of events 
to see during tfie flrA eentenntal 
year. 

Mr. Adams said the commemora- 
tive »ectl6n of the March Issue of 
"F^d Tlmei^' is bAted on obisery- 
ances during the flrat y«r of the 
Cisll War Centennial pltniwd un- 
der the guWance of the C\vH War 
Centennial Comml«8lon, Washlng- 
ton, DC, with the aid of 43 state 



hia«(moai movm* 

"We wHf be glad to g^w ylrtttft* 
to our dealership a copy of the 
centwinlal laniea of 'Fonl Times' 
as long ai oui- supply H«t«." Mr. 
Adams said. "We hope our efforts 
will be of •©«» help In directing 
Twtlonal Interest to the many tour- 
ist attractions of the Southlaftd 
and of our^state." , . 

A. graduate o the U. B. Naval 
Academy revives a 'fcoromlMton 
and a Si^alor of Science O^fee. 



GofawnipV 

win ttib pia^ fiiAnrday. ||iir«H 

iflth at tO:ao at the Wrglnttlw^ 
High Sdjool. Movlti to be ^awn 
are •'AdYtwturwi of Cblca," we 
story of a MeidMti boy and ttw 
animals he,lov»«; '^llenrtjer of the 
temily," the autol»lfi|^i^hy of • 
p^py, and color «irtoons. The 
pi%««m hi sfMHUOred by the V^r- 
glnb &Mch Art. Aaiii. ChlMhln 
may bf admitted fqr X «nt». ijii 
program will end at 12:00 noon. 




'a musical Msn mt jam molbmau 



One of the excitements of study- 
ing paintings Is the glimpse of the 
dally life of other times and other 
places so often to be found in 
them. The Dutch 17th Century 
painters, were particularly adept at 
this phase of painting, frequently 
preferring a rather coarse, peasant 
kind .of subject for their canvase.s. 

But many of them also painted 
intimate scenes from richer house- 
holds. The Virginia Ma-wum of 
Fine Arts' "A Musical Party." the 
gift of WilJtins C. Williams, Is such 
a painting, and its piilnter Jan 
Miense Molenaer (ca. 1610-1668), 
has faithfully recorded the luxur- 
ies of the household. 

Quite clearly the hosts and the 
guests have put on their best 
clothes for the party. The servants, 
too. are well dressed for this spe- 
cial occasion. Even the animals 
have been well groomed, and how 
exotic It la to have monkeys in- 
cluded with the family pets. 

The garden has been carefully 



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I A brand-new home communlca- 
■ tlons system, featuring an all- 
traasifltorii^ control unit and op- 
erating through coOTipact, newly- 
designed telephones. Is being in- 
troduced here by the Chesapeakes 
and Potomac Telephone Company 
of Virginia as reported by L. F. 
Patridc, the local manager. 

Called Home . Interphone, the 
system for the first time c<tanbin^ 
home telephones with a wide 
range of intercommunication serv- 
ices that Include door-answering, 
paging by voice throughout the 
house, hands-free talking and even 
electronic baby sitting. 

The system operates through 
specially - designed telephones. 
These phones can be either the 
familiar de.sk «et, the wall mounted 
telephone, or the new Princess 
plione — each available In a wide 
range of cotora to blerid with any 
decor. 

Manager Patrick said these new 
telephone "extras" enable the tele- 
phone to take on many new tasks 
In the home, including: 

1. Communicating from room to 
room. 

2. Door-«n»W€Tlng from any 
phone. 

3. Checking on sleeping or play- 
ing infants. 

4. Hands-free talking. 
The telephones serves as the 

basic instrument for, all these serv 
ices and each telephone in the sys- 
tem can do all of these things. 

Ibr example, if dad.- upstairs, 
cfin't find his cuff links, he simply 
turns the line button of the bed- 
room phone to the horizontal posi 
tlon, picks up the receiver and 
calls mom. All over the house, 
apetkers relay his message: "Mom, 
where are my cuff links?" Mom in 
the kitchen^ answers him by speak- 
ing near the Iphone — no buttons to 
press, nothing to do but lead dad 
to them '^ttf' tn# top drawer of his 
dresser (whe^ he always keeps 
ttjem). 

Th iloor-anawerlng service worka 
in a similar fashion. If it's late at 
night and the door liell rings as 
mom is a^ut to climb into bed, 
she can answer simply by picking 
up her bedside phone. 



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trimmetl, the flowers In the urns 
have been properly staked, and the 
marble paving, so rare in a land of 
no stone, has been carefully 
scrubbed. 

Movement and animation were 
given the painting by the activity 
of the servants and by the rather 
sly Inclusion of the peasants fight- 
ing at the extreme left edge of the 
picture. The contrast between the 
elegance of the main group and the 
pea.sants agaln.st the oW farmhouse 
points up the earthlhess of the 
fortunes which made this remark- 
able gathering possible. 

Jan Miense Molenaer was oncof 
the large group of painters who 
worked in Haarlem in .17th Cen- 
tury. He came under "many in- 
fluences during his life— the Itali- 
anate lnflue)pce carr^ badk to 
Holland by such painters as Ter- 
brugghen. the influence of Hals 
ut^er whom Molenaer's wife had 
studied, the gusto and robustness 
of life of .such palntei^ a? van 
Ostade an$l Brouwer. and finally 
the influence of Rembrandt In 
fact after 1«50 Molenaer's style be- 
came so Rembrandtesque that his 
later paintings were sometimes 
thought to l>e bv another Molenaer. 

But the Museum's "Musical Par- 
ty" Is m hl9 earlier manner, full 
of clear color «id the Italianate 
sense of order. By these ineans he 

most enjoyable afteinocm. 



Railroad Safety 
Conference Set 

"The Railroad Section of .the 
27th Annual Conference of the Vir- 
ginia Safety Association in Norfolk 
May 4 and 5 will receive what we 
believe to be the best coverage 
yet," said Section Chairman H. A. 
Hill In announcing his program 
this week. 

Hill, who Is supervisor of safety 
for the R. F. and P. Railroad in 
Richmond, mentioned particularly 
an addre^ on accident prevention 
by C. E. Mervine; Jr., assistant to 
the pr^ident of the R. F. and P., 
and one on the essentials of safe 
operation by P. C, Wingo, Presi- 
dent of the Norfolk and Porta- 
mouth Belt Line Railway of Nor- 
folk. 

All railroad delegates will attend 
the opening se.sslon, which will be 
addresied by attorney Genefal A. 
S. Harrison, Jr. on the morning of 
May 4. They will also attend the 
final general session which will 
feature a banquet aftd sp«iker. 
During the afternoon, railroad dele- 
gates will visit various other spe- 
cial secltonSi 

Bayside Junior 
Woman's Club 
Elects Officers 

The Bavside Junior Woman's Club 
held their meeting Tue^iay nt^t.fi 
March 7, at 8:00 p.m. at the ^y- 
stde CaiTistlan Church. Ho steaa ea 
were Mrs. R. L. Bailey, Mrs. W. O. 
Miicham and Mrs. Barbara Pierce. 
Mrs. Grace*Bliiey, education chair- 
man of the Princess Anne Cancer 
Society, showed a film followed by 
a I question and answer period on 
the early detection tof cancer 

The following nominating com- 
mittee—Mrs. R. W. Vanderploeg, 
Mrs. J, D. Fentoft and Mrs. L. A- 
Tompkins — brou^rt in a slate (rf 
officers for tiie coming year.JlTiey 
ar« as foUows: President, Mrs. R. 
L. Ingram; vice president. Mrs. J. 
D. Fenton: recording secretary, 
Mra. C. B. daniels; corresponding 
secrrtary. Mns. C. G. Hughson and 
treasuaer. Mra. W, O. Mitcham 

Mrs. W. O. Mitchum ^-as el«rted 
as delegate to the Tidewater Dis- 
trict Federatlrtl of Woman's Clubs 
meeting which will be held at the 
Qiamberlln Itotel, Mareh m. 



The first submarine formally au- 
thorized for the Hwy wa« the 
Plunger, She halfl a deslpied com 
pllment of one officer and six en 
listed men, and was 85 feet three 
Inches Ip length, with an exbwme 
b^nt <^ U Im^ six ttUibM. 



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A Sailor Under Age 

'Buddy' Woods at Russell & Holmes Got His Start Early in Life at Sea 



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"The time has come," Hu' IValrm 

md. 
"To sf>eak of many things; 
Of shoes and ships and seating 

nmx 
And cabbages and kings." 

Take the scaling wax awav from 
thU bit of "Altee in Wonderland" 
and sit down for a chat with "Med- 
dle Eugene Woods, a name nobody 
but his own family will reco^lse, 
who herewith becomes stand-in 
for Allce*« Walrus. 

"Huddy" Woo<ls will talk of 
many things, Indeed, especially of 
ships. He hag sieen service in Ixjih 
the ^Ja-vy and the Coast Guard. 

Htarted YoBiig 
• He will talk of shoes an long.as 
yoti will let him. He has been man- 
aging fltoren for the Rusj^ell & 
Holnws organization since he was 
31 years old. 

He doesn't »ay too much about 
cabbai^ — except' that when his 
wife, Thelma, fixes ft he eats it 
and liken it. 

About kings, he «ays' nokhtng 
outright but hlB a.ssociates will tell 
you tha,t he is among the royalty 
In Russell & Holmes' helrarchy of 
young ex*outiveii, 

Woodn has been manager of hl« 
firm's Virginia Beach outlet for al- 
most eight years— since August, 
1^3, to be exact — and if he used 
the «ame tactics In business that 
he employed to swindle hbnself 
into World War 11, not a single 
person In the city would trust him 
aicnMS the street. 

A Fantty AHMr 

•*uAiv*' was 15, was »7" tall, 
trelghed' 117 pounds, had a toby- 
pink complexion and- only one 
thing In the whole, wide world on 
his mind. • 




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ROANOKE VA. 



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"You See .\. ." the Shoe Fits" 



He didn't want to go to school 
any more! 

Woods says: "1 ^s hard- 
headed." 

His friends say he did jtist fintf 
at iichool in everything except a 
little chore known as "study." 
That wasn't too bad. But then his 
grandmother helped to make a liar 
out of bis mother — and that's some- 
tfainf else again. 

Let'H Make Him Safe 

This is where Mother Sudie 
carafe into the breech and "Buddy" 
got a twin sister who was two 
years older. 

Grandnut, Mrs. ,B1anche Rough- 
ton, said "Sudie, you better go 
dqwn and swear that 15-year-old 
^ Is i? and get him in the navy. 
If you don't he's so hard-headed 
he Just may run away from home." 

Almost everybotiy In Elisabeth 
City knew this dashing young- man 
who wanted to be out of school 
and in a man's war, except the 
yeoman in charge of the local re- 
cruiting station. , 

•Mother and son appeared; moth- 
er swore he was 17 years old. In- 
stead of 15, and he was In. 

There was a moment, however. 
whe» he suddenly acquired that 
twin sister. One of the questions 



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U yott esaoii find just wliat you want ri^t around home 
and you're going ^out-of-town^ to do your shopping for 
E^ter, read why Norfolk fe tibie ha»t plaee to go! 

Thtti^ ■ wAu tete^ton fai Norfolk's tmactiTC Moii». I^^f «e bmm« thtt 200 apjarel ^res -^ 2fl)D0 
pMJi «nri»1Wimisitf» an offeiwg a inmcty Aat will cMble jou ut find exactly wlat you muit. 

Prion b Nftfloft atom are dowimo-eardi! Largn' volume uA qakfc tuitwi^ mean 1^ overhead and 
lomr yriWfc Tii» nine yon itcehre it hi^ — die price yon pay, tco n o mi cal and aamttk. 

^ OffiriB^ yMll diMOver tbe ktest in S^pting faihiom. Kamnnltir, fwd^ merchaadwe and f air prioea 
inrfu in mJ pIc M uw to rti^ m Nwfolk. 

Tba M^btf of oonvvdett parUi^ placet ihcretaia fMiy |«m; Tiafik N 



on his enlistment blank had to do 
with immediate relatives. Did 
■"Huddy" have any brothers or sis- 
ters, for example? The bi*other 
answer was easy, becau.se Brother 
Oeorge it* younger. 

The Twin Who I«nt 

Sisters? Yes, there Is Agnes. How 
old is she? She's 17. Oh, then you 
and your sister, mu.st \x twins, 
huh? ■ . 

That's right, the,ycMing^ter and 
his mother said— and that adds up 
to one of the slickest ways in the 
liook to .get into the navy and ev- 
entually hit Okinawa with the 
beachmastfrs, who went in Im- 
mediately behind the assault wave. 

When "Buddy" was honorably 
discharged from the navy amphi- 
bious forces he returned to Eliza- 
beth City High and played end on 
the 1946 football team. But love 
was in the air. He had met Thelma 
Todd at several dances and whtfn 
February, 1047 came around she 
was 16, he was a mature 1ft and .so 
they got married — with her fam- 
Uv's* wholehearted approval. 

The Woods live now In Pln^ 
Acres, at 804 9th Street, with their 
twtf children. Wayne, the oldest, 
was 11 in December and Sharon 
will lie 10 next month. 

The way this young jpan. wtio 

business Is^^o^^^HI^'^W- 
dy" knew how to do very little ex- 
cept land on Okinawa and play 
end on the high schMl football 
team. Shortly 'after his marriage, 
with the responsibilities of wage- 
earning falling heavy upon him. 
Woods passed a store site In Eliza- 
beth CHy. Some men were at work 
in the window and a «gn said that 
Rus.seil and Holmes was about to 
open a branch th«re. 

"Buddy" w^alked In, and asked 
for a job. Wlt|i no experience what- 
ever, his. mentors taugJH him the 
rudlnwnts of the business and he 



ha^ been •elling shoes and manag- 
lng*shops for the Suffolk firm ever 
since. ^ 

That was the third store in th*' 
RuKsell & Holmes chain, although 
it now numbers 10. and Woo<ls has 
worked In or managed several of 
them before coming to Virginia 
Bea<h in August of lft5.'{. 

I*lague<| by FuagHfi 

Bbl aixiut this Coast Guard hitch. 
Jus^ married, with no job and an 
unblemished Navy recori^, "Bud- 
dy" was gobbled up by the other 
sea-going 4>raneh of the Nei*vke, He 
never gtk to sea, but he did get 
aboarrl the •<'herok«e" at her diKk 
in Norfolk. In a matter of days, 
however, that old South Pacific 
trouble called fungus caught up 
with him and the rest of his serv- 
lee time was .spent in the Norfolk 
Marine Hospital. 

It wa.-i Just after that |he ap- 
proached the soon-to-open store 
front in Ellzali«th City. 

"The men asked ' me," say^ 
Wood.s, "whether I knew anything 
aixnit fitting or selling shoes. 

"I .said '.No,' I wouldn't even 
know how to sell a shoe lace." 

Woods must have learned quite 
well. His store on Atlantic -\venue 
could maybe ftt 20.000 feet any day 
In the week and during the Wash- 
ington Birthday sale, Rus.«ell and 
Holmes had two days when the 
crowds were so big that it was al- 
most necessary to CTose the doors. 
Appreeiates .News Ads 

Woods, like his ixjsses, credits a 
steady newspaper advertising pro- 
gram for successes such as this, 

"That ad in the Vijglnia Beach 

Sun-News really packed tbem in," 

he .said; "It took days for us to dis- 

•cover Just where our Inventory 

stood." 

Mrs. nia Johnson and DUrlftu- 
tlve Education Student Cecil Har- 
rison think he's a wonderful boss. 

"Why." Mrs. Johnson said the 
other day, "he even sweeps off the 
sidewalk when the. sand blows in.** 

W@ods .says that his tmslneas, 
like that of any shoe' iT^rchant, 
starts at'^the bottom— and that's 
where Tie b^gan. 



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New Historical 
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The newly organized Princess 
Anne Historical Commission will 
meet at 8 p.m, Wechiesday, March 
22 at Princess Anne High School 
for election of officers and adop- 
tion of the.bv-laws. 

Rear Admiral Leon J. Manees, 
temporai-y chairman. Invites any- 
one' interested in the history of the 
county to attend. 

Tlie manifold purposes of the 
organization place special empha.s- 
is on educating and training young 
people In the hl^storical heritage 
which has been handed down to 
them from the early settlement 
days. 

The society will .seek to assist 
in the collection of artlftcts and 
of printed aW library material, 
manuscripts and pictures. 

6ne hope Is that an old Princess 
Anne building can be restored to 
serve as permanent headquarters 
and i^pository for worthwhile 
memoablUa and eventually become 
a cultural center for the county. 

The by-laws committee is com- 
posed of Mrs. Arthur Broch. Mrs. 
Emmett Kyle and Mr. LJttleton 
Paries. 




Ex-Naval Mechanic 
Opens Repair Shop 

Vy-tor P. Babonis, a retired naval 
AiDJC who will never quite forget 
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on the 
morning of Dec. 7, IMl, ha-s just 
opened a mechanical repair shop in 
Princess Anne County with serv- 
ices featuring home calls and lawn 
mower repair. 

Babonis enlisted at New Haven, 
Conn., In 1K» and was discharged 
at Portsmouth In 1937. Recalled in 
1930, he served during World War 
n from the first Japane.'se attack, 
most of the time repairing and 
overh4uling destroyers and air- 
craft carriers. 

He and Mrs. Babonis were their 
bwn architects, mason.s, carpenters, 
electricians and landscap^rs in the 
eon.structloft of their home at Lon- 
don Bridge. 

The shop, known as "ftib's," kt 
located 2.4 milM south of the 
Oceana nMhi gate. 



Same as we use screens to keep bags out of the house, 
we'll use HM.TS* to keep crabgrass out of the lawn.By 
spifeaifl]^ HAUrs proper)^ with lite Scotto Spr^eter 
now, we'll be laying down an overall protective 
blanket on every bit of the lawn. 
Later^when crabgrass sprouts-bing! 
—HALTS nips it, shoot by shoot. It's 
the best answer to crabgrass, ever. 

Mort and mart fiUka art coming to ut for i^icf on improving their 
lawnt through an muy-to-foUow Scotts Pn^rom. Come in anytime. 
We'n be glad to preteribe the correetl^bgram for your lawn. 

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plus Halts (9.95) together only 21.90 



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(1S>— LorMta Toung Show 

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(IS) — Tovag Pt. MaloBe 

( 18)— 4neen Ifer A Day 
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(10) — Fr^ Thete Boota 

(IS)— Who Do Too •tToett 
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(13)— Aniprioaii Bandttaad 
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4:80 ( 8) — £klre Of Night 

(10) — Uere'i Hollywood 
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(10) — Quick Draw McOraw 
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6:30 4 ,1)— Almmiac 
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(13) — The lUfleinan 

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(10) — ^AUred BlUhcoek 

(18)— Wyatt Barp 

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(18) — Sporle 

(13)— Theatre 13 

(1S>— Ure aod Lean 

(10)— New* 

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(10) — Pwm Show 
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( 3) — Lean '^ Sead 
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(16)— Today In Tidewater 
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(10) — Tbf Price le Right ((^kNr) 
( 3)— DoulJle ExpoBUie 
( 10>— Concentration 
(13)— Love niat Bob 

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(13)— CaoiouQace 
( 3) — Sean* For To«B«-roW 
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(10>— NBC Newa 
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(18>— About Facea > 

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(13)— Our Miaa Brooka 
(10>— Mewa aa4 Watftur 
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(13>— Day In Court 
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(10) — Loretta Toung Skew 
(18) — ^Boad to BeiOi^ 
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Bach ymr the Student CJoopera- 
tlve A«soeJ«tIon of Prtncess Anne 
High School BponHors a majpislne 
drive. This yea^ the annual sales 
are scheduled to begin on March 
a). Kflid Ei-vin, a Junior, Is chair- 
man Jn charge of the school drive. 
It will be his duty to organize and 
make further plans for the sale. 
"Thi ihpee students turning In 
the greatest number of magazine 
subscription* will be awarded 
prlZBH. Also the homerooms record- 
ing the great^t sales will be an- 
nounced at the end of e«ch school 
(toy during the campaign. The 1961 
drive has not yet beeil completely 
organized, however It la ejrpeeted 
that the general pattern of former 
sales will be followed. ' 

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be distributed as Is deamed neces- 
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under the guidance of the General 
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Tomorrow night the annual 
Geek. Week dance will be held in 
the gymnasium. In the established 
tradition of past years the girls 
have asked the boys to the dance. 
This semi-formal dance has been 
anxiously awaited by the Princess 
Anne students. Now the hour Is 
Hearing the final preparations are 
being made. Decoration are being 
put up and the Cavaliers are look- 
ing forward tt> the hour of ^nclng 
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Recently the members of the 
Princess Aone Keyette Club served 
as models for Ames & Brownley. 
The hostewi of this teen-age fash- 
iMi show irsa Alice Brewer Whlt«. 
flil» - ^w«« -«" dlsptty of tlw new 
spring fashions available at Ames 
4 Brownley department store. 

The Princess Anne models were: 
Grace Marie Bamforth, Miml Weav- 
er, Su«in Lohr. Gea^ Flcarra, 
Flossie Hodgeman, Uatalle Pope, 
Diane Rainier, Connie Trueblood, 
Sandra Oliver, Frannle Cox, and 
Mancy Aickiss. Also In thf show 
were two members of the Key 
Clttb, Ted Smith and Dick Garrott, 
w*io acted as escorts. 



Dodson wm pr^eirted a plaque by 
Mr.Thonraas Haines of the L.rtger 
Dispatch. Jim has been seletted as 
the princess Anne representative 
on the All-Tidewater Scholastic 
Team. 



The Princess Anne High School 
Distributive Education Club proud- 
ly reports the resulta of the Dls- 
trlct I Contest Program which was 
hold at the College of William and 
Mary last month. Contestants from 
the schools included in District I 
competed in various retailing con- 
tests. The contests covered many 
phases of selling, arranging, etc. 
Among th^e were, The ^les 
Demonstration Judging Contest, 
the Merchandise I*i*sentatlon Con- 
test, The Window Display Judging 
Contest, The Ad-Layout Content. 

The Princess Anne winners 
were: Katherlne Drake, first place 
in the Merchandise Presentation 
Contest; Claudia Fentress, third 
place In tte Ad-Layout Contest; 
Calvin Gray, Second place in the 
Professional Selling Contest; and 
Patricia Troutman, thlnl place In 
the Window Display Judging Con- 
test. 

Also at this all-day meeting, the 
district officers were elected. 
Among the newly elected officers 
are two Princess Anne students. 
They are Brenda Kelly, Dlfrtrlct 
Treasurer, MtdSandra-lTlrtii Dis- 
trict Secretary. 

Following the long day of meet- 
ings and contests was a dance also 
held at the college. 



EJach year the National Beta 
Clube of Virginia hold a conven- 
tion in the spring. This year the 
convention will be held on March 
17-t8. at the John Marshall Hotel 
In Richmond. During the time of 
the convention each club will be 
responsible for certain speeches 
and the state officers will be 
elected. Also during this time a 
talent show will be held. Three 
Princess Anne students have <)een 
elected to participate in this show. 
Tiiey ar«; Donna TaGk'&nbepg, Mar- 
lene BlackWell, and Atm Pcrwell. 
The otl«r members trf ttie Beta 
Club who wi!l attortrt thU meeting 
have not as yH f>e*n chdsWiV 



The Regional PBHLA Meetitw on 
Maj!Ch ^ .wlU be .h«ljft M the JJpr: 
folk Division of the Colleges of 
WlllTam and Mary. At this meeting 
the Princes Anne members are 
planning to participate in the var- 
ious conte-Tts Which will be held at 
thi» time. The contests include 
such toptes as spelling, bulletin 
board arrangement, Scrapbook ar- 
rangement, exhibiting, essays, and 
the competition for MLss FTO^A. 
The winners of this regional meet 
will be sent to Richmond on April 
15, In order to enter the state com- 
petition. 

Nancy 5^rans, WhM»s8 Anne tu- 
ture Busing Leader of America 
member, has been elected to the 
office, of historian of Uie William 
and Mary Region. 



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The Lake Smith Garden Club 
held ItH regular meeting Monday 
night, March 6, at 8 p.m. at the 
hoiTO^ of Mrs. Esther S. Grant, TM 
Ry lands Road, Bay.slde. , , 

Mr, Alan Hofhelmer gave a talk 
on "Cameiyas." He *ays "when 
yoa plant your Camellias, pick a 
place that is not on the sunny side. 
If you can select a spot under a 
pine tree as It would keep frost 
and Ice from dtunaging the plant 
and 11 wouM get enough sunlight 
which would filter through the 
pine needles. Spade your top .wil 
to one side. When a large enough 
hole h8.s lieen dug, work In humus 
and peat moss with the .wil. Place 
plant In the mix and do not plant 
It too deep. The feeder roots should 
be near the top. Put your top soil 
back around the plant. Do not pack 
It down for a few days. Take a 
garden hose and put it near the 
Cameilia with a small spray which 
would be run for two or three 
hourg." f. 

The Rjyer Oaks Garden ClUb 
judged the arrangements and hor- 
ticulture specimens and awarded 
ribbons to the following: Mrs. W. 
L. Jonns was awarded a gold (the 
dub's firsts for her Camellia spe- 
cimen. Other ribbons were award- 
ed to Mrs. R. W. Bioomfield, Mrs. 
E. C. Brewster, Mrs. M. A. Gra- 
ham, Mrs. J. E. Johnston, Mr.*?. W. 
R. Young, Mrs. E. J. Hich, Mrs. 
J. E. Holt; 3lr8. O. J. Smith, Jr., 
Mrs. E. L. Hlggins, Mrs. J. R. Al- 
britton and Mn;. M. E. WUgus. 



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Frldav nJght. Mardi 17, the In- 
termediate lyd Youth Training 
Unloas will meet at the diurch for 
a portion of their Stiewar^hlp 
Study Course. This course wUl be 
taught by iMrs. Peter M^hee, Fol- 
lowing the study coun» the gr«up 
will adjourn to the YMCA where 
a .swimming party will be held 
from 8;.10 until 9:30 p.m. 

Frtdav nlgW, March 17, the 
Adult training Union will meet 
with Mrs, Walter Handy, 2e09 
Revnolds Drive at 73Q P.M. for a 
Steward.shlp study coucse. Th# 
teachers of this course will be Mrs, 
Handv and .Mrs. J. W. Defot. 



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W. J. LRVISRIDGE 
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At a dinner meeting held at the 
Hotel John Marshall Wednesday, 
.March 8, W. J. Leveridge was ap- 
pointed Field Director of Eastern 
•actkn of Virginia by the Virginia 
Gasbllfie Retair Asso«eation, Intr. 

Attorney General A\bertu.< S. 
Harrison was guest of honor and 
gave a talk on the economic situa- 
tion In Virginia. 

W. J. Leveridge is now .serving 
as president of the Tidewater 
Service Stations and Garage deal- 
er.s A.s.sociation.'A meeting of this 
organization will be held Wednes- 
day night, 7:36 p.m. in the Plaza 
Room of the Giant Open Air Mar- 
ket on Campostella Road. All serv- 
ice .station and garage dealers in 
the area are cordially invlKd to 
ttend at which time a merger of 
the local association with the Satte 
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Recently an assembly .was held 

during KWt period for the junior 

and sjfUior dasWH's of Pi'inoess 

Anne. Ll. Cmrtr. Ciola w^as the 

principal speakM-. His sirbjeet delt 

Will} the growing Communist prob- 

^lem fi-- we know it in ttm Unite* 

I States today. He spoke of the past 

' of America and his ponfeptlrm of 

the possibilities of the future. His 

speech had a great deal effect on 

many of the students. As one of 

them remarked when leaving the 

auditorium. ". . . It makes you feel 

like going out and really fighting 

for your country!" 

During this same assembly, Jim 



TTie Honor Court has been ImjsI- 
ly at work this entire school year. 
The faculty sponsors of the Prin- 
ces Anne Honor Court are Mr. D. 
Robbins and Mr. J. Dent. The 
members are: Joe Borrtstein, Nancy 
Acklss, David OjsUs, Bobby Walk- _ 
er, Kenny Spitzer, Florence Reem, 1 sund'ay 
and Rena "FltheL 



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Sunday morning, March 19 dur- 
ing the 11 A.M. service there will 
be a special presentatton of the 
new building which the church 
hopes to oocttpy by the 15th of 
May. A special building fund of- 
fering will be received Easter 



THE liAKR JOYCE 
GARDEN CLUB MRlin^ 

The Lake Joyce Garden Club 
met Wetlnesday, March 8 with Mrs. 
C. M. Hodgman at her home Law- 
son Hall, Bayslde. 

The club voted to contribute $5 
to the Botanntoal Gardens Library 
Fund. 

The following nominating com- 
mittee was appointed to bring in 
a slate of officers at the next meet- 
ing: Mrs, W. C. Griffin, chalnnan; 
Mrs. Cecil Reed and Mrs. W. T. 
Byms. . 

The following delegates and al- 
ternates were appointed to attend 
the Tidewater Di.slrict Meeting of 
the Federation of Garden Clubs 
which will be held April 20 in 
Portsmouth. Mrs. E. P. Seay and 
Mrs. S. M. Parker as delegates; 
Mrs. J. B. Maddrey and Mrs. R. F. 
Rhodes alternates. 

Mrs. Cecil Reed, wwwervatlon 
chairman of thfr club presented the 
program for the meeting. She has 
written an article "Conservation of 
our Natural Resources" for the 
Organic Gardeners Magazine. Ac- 
cording to Mrs. Reed "ll is extra 
important to conservation at the 
communtty level to be kept alert 
to flvreats to aKtu»il.xefipurces in 
our own areas and ready to work 
for their preservation." 

Judges from the I^st Ocean 
View Garden Club awarded rib- 
boms to the following: Gold to Mi's. 
E. P. Seav for an arrangement; and 
other ribbons to Mrs. Cecil H. 
Reed, Mrs. R. F. Rhodes, Mrs. W, 
T. Byrns, Mrs. J. B. Maddrey and 
Mrs. C. M. Hodman, Jr. 

CWIC LEAGUE TO MEET 

The regular naonthly meeting of 
the Oceana Civic League wiil be 
held at 8 p.m. Monday at the Oce- 
ans fire }M>use. 

A film, ••Seconds for Survival," 
will be shown. The movie deals 
iisrith our continental defense .sys- 
tem and is narrated by Raynwntl 
Massey. All residents and property 
ownera of the immunity are In- 
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The meetings are held aft# 
.■whool <m Thursdays. This year the 
Hon<ff Court has conducted twen- 
tv-fivff tiials concerning .''ucli vi* 
lition* as pla^arlsm, truancy, van- 
dalism, irtettling and general viola- 
tions of school rul^, and other 
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While the frigate Ranger was 
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"You'll be ei*tn' o' the Green, 
come March 17r 

Loyal sons of Erin won't l»e 
mindin' that we've changed "wear- 
in" to "eatto" because what better 
Niute to stalwart old St. Paddy on 
hte birthday than a meal o' tasty 
health-makln' greens? 

Etoting the greens Is a triply 
good Idea right now. The c61or of 
these vegetables symbolics the 
vedency of spring, which ofnclally 
(tebute this year on March 20, Just 
tnree daya after St. Patrick's Day. 
Their supply of salubrious vita- 
mitts and minerals is a better anti- 
dote for spring fever than sulphur- 
and-molasses tonic ever was. And 
theu- chaq?calbrfe count aids In 
trimming the waistline for a new 
season's wardrobe. 

Tally the nirtrltlon score of 
spring plentiful greens — spinach, 
mustard greens, turnip top.s, beet 
tops, collards, Jake and endive. 
Th^e greens are an Important 
.Source of folic acid, a B vitamin 
essential In the bloodmaking sys- 
tem of humans and an important 
anti-anemia factor. All contain a 
large amount of Vitamin A and a 
substantial amount of vitamin C. 
In addition, greens are a source of 
other various B vitamins. Includ- 
ing Bl, thiamine; B2. riboflavin 
and niacin, and of Iron and other 
trace minerals. 

Refuting the mlscdlceptlon t1i« 
what's good for you can't be glam- 
arous tasting are such presenta- 
tions of nutritious greens as Pre^ 
Spinach with Sauteed Mushrooms, 
Herbed CoUard Greens and 6eet 
Tops with Devlled-Cream Sauce. 

The United FYesh Fruit and 
Vegetable Association wishes you 
a happy St. Patrick'.s Day with 
these gay green greens suggestions. 



Freiiii Bpinarb with 8aateed 
» ., MashrooniH 

2 small onions, chopped (i cup) 

1 tablespoon butter or margarine 

2 pounds fresh spinach 

% cup sliced fresh nrnrfirowns 
2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice 
J tablespoon butter or mar^rine 
1) tea.spoons salt or W9i% to taMe 
J teaspoon sugar 
1 teaspoon ground black pepper 
Saute onions in 1 tablespoon 
butter or margarine. Wash spin- 
ach, cut off i-oot ends and coarse 
stems. Chop coarsely and add to 
the onions. Cover and cook 10 min- 
utes over medium heat. Saute 
intimhroQfms in fresh ktnon Juice 
Ind the rernaJnl% butter or mart-- 
garine. Add to th^ spinach along 
with seasonings. Toss lightly. If de- 
sired, garnl-sh with additioMil 
sauteed sliced mushrooms. S^rve 
at once. 
YJEU>r-4 to 5 servings. 



■erbed <^llard Greens 

2 pounds fresn collard greens* 

3 slices salt pork, cut J-lnch thick 
\ cup boiling water 

4 teaspoon salt 



i teaspoon grqund black pepper 
1^ teaspoon whole oregano leaves 

Wash young, tender collaidN 
eapefully. Cut off root end.-i and 
coarse stems. Place In a .nauciepan. 
Brown salt port tn a skillet and 
add to collards. ft)ur In boiling 
water. Add salt, black pepper and 
oregano. Cover and cook until col- 
lards are tender, 20 to 30 minutes. 
The cooking time will vary with 
the age of the green«. Chop"gr%en« 
2 or 3 times to Increase the ease 
of eating. Serve at once. 

YItBLD Approximately 6 «rv- 
ing», 

• If desired, repSm* aollards with 
turnip or mustard gi<^ns. Omit wa- 
ter if greens ai-e very young and 
reduce the cooking time, 

ftanteed Fe«h Turnip (^reeas 

1 pound fresh turnip greens 

2 strips bacon 

Vi cup chopped onion 

%i cup minced green pfpper 

1 teaspoon .<»lt of salt to taste 

) teaspoon ground black pepper 
J teaspoon .sugar 

2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice 
1 hard-cooked egg 

Was* turnip greens In 3 to 4 
Inches water. Trim off all coarse 
stems. Fry bacon crisp and remove 
It from the fat. Save for later use. 
Add onion and green pepper to 
bacon fat and saute until llrtp. 
CiMraely chop iHrnip gseens . .and 
add to onion and green peppers, 
^ir to mix well. Ctisev tightly and 
cook 10 to 15 minutes or until ten- 
der. Add salt, ground black pepper, 
sugar and lemon juice. Toss light- 
ly. Turn into a serving dish. Gar- 
nish with crumbled crisp bacon 
and slices of hard-cooked egg. 

Y1EU>— 4 serving. 



hollowed-out tomato shells (save 
pulp for salads). Top with a dab 
of mayonnaise and pop under 
b»-oller until mayonnaise Is puffy 
ami brown. Use 2 pounds fresh 
spinach for large tomatcx^. 



Kale With BacoB ft-M^ t^anlw 

A real v^j^able "find" is cooked 
and seaaoited fresh kale topped 
wlOi buttered bread cruml» and 
crumbled crisp bacon. Psm arouhd 
a dish of grated Parme^n ^eese 
to be uaed each to his own taste. 



Fresh Beet Tops With Beets 

3 sjnall fressh beets (about S lb.) 
Itoilin^ water to cover 
li Ibar. young tender beet' 
tops 

1 table.spoon baeoh &t- - ~i- — 

2 strips crisp ba^a^^ja^WfJit 
1 teaspoon salt . 

i tea.spoon .sugar 
i teaspoon groqrrd black pepper 
1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice 
C«t off tops of beets leaving 1- 
Inch attached to prevent their 
bleeding. Scrub them well, do not 
peel, and cook .30 to 40 minutes in 
tKjilIng water to cover. Shortly be- 
fore beets are done, wash beet 
tops. Cook, without, water, in a 
covered saucepan over low heat 10 
minutes or untllyteader. Drain, If 
nece.'*iar>'. Remove , skin.s from 
beets aiMi chop into coarse pieces. 
Add to the cooked beet top.s along 
with remaining Ingredients. Serve 
Ht once, 
■ Vli^D^ to o servings. 



Canway Spinach Staffed Toinatwes 

Welcome as the thought of 
springtime is a gay and colorful 
vegetable dish such as cooked and 
.seasoned fresh spinach flecked 
wHh caraway seed and piled into 



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.spinach. When Just tender, drain 
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Add a special note to the Rtew with 
a new recipe In which the stew is 
baked, rather than simmered, and 
lopped with shamrock-«haped bis- 
cuits toward the end of the liaking 
time. The biscuit topping Is a 
change from the usual dumplln^^. 
Carry out the green color ^eme 
with .salads of lime gelatin made 
quickly with prepared gelatin. 

On an evening yoju'd like a 
hearty and delicious soup, mAde 
arfry laitiK OBTon soop.""™-- 

Irlah Lamb Mew 

(Makes 6 sei-vings) 
2 pounds diced lamb shoulder 
1 quart water 
4 whole cloves 
1| teaspoons basil 
1 teaspoon salt 
i teaspoon pepper -.' 

1 medium-sized onion, sliced 

2 cups diced turnip 
1 cup sliced carrots 
1 cup peas 

12 small potatoes, pared 
\ cup biscuit mix • 
I cup chopped parsley 
' 4aip mUk „ , - 

Combine lanM>, water, cloves, 
basil, salt, pepper, onion, turnip, 
carrots, pea.s and p<jtatoes; mix 
well. Turn into shallow .1-<{uart 
casserole. Cover and bake In ^\sm 
oven (.325') If hours. Uncover. 



Woman's Club 
Painting Exhibit 
Awards Prizes 



Fifty paintings composed of land- 
scapes, portraits and still life were 
exhibited at the Virginia Beach 
Methodi-st Church by the fine arts 
department of the Woman's Club 
of Princess Anne County. 

Mrs. C. O. Kidd and Mrs. WlUianr 
C. Ashman, chairman of the t«i 
and exhibit, have announced the 
following winners: 

Mr«. Kenneth Seay won first 
place for her still life and. portrait 
in the artists' con»petitlon, and 
Mrs. William C .\shman, first, for 
her lan(l>cape in this class. Mrs. 
Lynette Adler and .Mr. Walter 
Thrift were judge.-!. J , 

In the novice class," Mrs. J. Doug- 
las Wilson won the awafd for her 
landscape. .Mrs. C. O. Kidd, first; 
Mrs. Waverly J. Dickens, Jr., sec- 
ond; Mrs. E. E. Cox and Miss Erva 
Anderi^on honorable mention, for 
poitraiis. iMrs. C. O. Kidd won first 
and ' sewjnd; Mrs. L. A. Williams, 
third, for s^till life. * 

Thf award-winning - paintings 
will go to the Tidewater Dl.strlct 
meeting .March 22 at the Chamber- 
lain Hotel for further competition. 
Mr.s. Norman Sedell Ls the depart- 
ments' art instructor. 

Mr,s. J. Douglas Wilson was in 
charge of the tea table; Mrs. S. T. 
Whitfield and Mrs. E. E. Cox, dec- 
©ratjoas, and Mrs. Roy Aycock, ex- 

iblts. 

The pearl Harlw NaVal .Supply 
Center handles annually wril over 
f KK) million worth of sopplles and 
equipment. It encompasses 2H 
docks; MX) pieces^ of heavy equip- 
ment and 223 buildings. 



PalitiiigFtvir 
Se^s hipUt 
MBapiiyDays 

The pupils at Happy Day.i are 
catching the Wrst Blgns of spring 
Ullh *hrfr paint Ijruah and fhiger- 
palnt designs. These painting wHl 
be saved to" be uaed as booklet 
covers for their woi* for the 
month of .March. 

Bach 'child had plamted B*i^ In 
an egg shell, hoping they will be 
brusting forth by Easter. They are 
watching seeds, carrots and sweet 
potaUies gix)w Into lovely greenery. 
Two new pupils adder! aaother 
rav of sunshine to the achoo^ this 
week. Llttlt Karen Mathewson to 
Mrs. Bucbamrn's group and Holly 
Carter to Mrs. Batchelor's group. 
Eh^eryone was mighty happy to 
welcome hack those who have 
been sick; LatTv Dletterlch, Beth 
Darden. Billy Litchfield. Julie Gar-' 
rison an^ ^tty Ann Wl»earver, 

Mrs. Anaetl and Mrs. Brumley, 
Directors, will leave today for 
Annadale, Virginia to attend a 
.state meeting of Private School 
workers and teachers. While there, 
they will vlait some of the kinder- 
gartens of Arlington and will have 
an opportunity to hear several 
noted speakers dealing with nur- 
sery and kindergarten irork. Class- 
es "in art, music etc. will be at- 
tended. The main thene Sox the 
week-end will be "Doing what is 
best for the kindergarten child and 
doing tt in the best way." Each 
hopes to* retuftt with something 
new for their groups to try out. 

Hot lunches for the whool this 
week will be as Wlows; Thursday 
—Beef stew, lettuce and tomato 
salad, hot rolls, butter, apple aaoce 
and mitk. 
Friday— Tuna fish aitad, french 
'4lpie8, earrot aUdUf eooUaa, mUfc. ~ 
Monday — Baked beans -with 
franks, Pineapple salid, candy, h 
milk. 

Tue.sday — Roart beef, gravy, 

creamed "{wtatoes, peas, jeHo. milk. 

Wednesday — Ham. candled aweet 

potatoes, apple and raisin aalad, 

cookies & milk. 



mXOM ELECiiilC 

6«l ■ 1^ »^ ^. Bea^ ^. P»^ «* Mfll h 
CMlKttK^AL and UraDWITIAL WNIING 

Wiring ^ KMam t>^i« and ^^wm ttaatars 
AUTHOI?IZED fc«WSrOW^ CONTRACTOR 

LARGE and SAAALk APPLIANCE IMPAIRS - 

ELECTRKAl SUPPLIES AND NXTMRES 



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First Lady Accepts 
Bid to Navy Club 

.Mrs. John F. Kennedy, the First 
Lady whose hu^jonrd did a hitch 
of seafaring during World War II, 
has accepted honorary membemhlp 
in the Dam Ne<* Wlws Club No. 
wn but had to send regrets on at- 
tendli^ the tea to be lield March 
24. 

The affair »W take place at the 
enllrted men's Ssihorse Club at 
I p.m. with wives of Princess Anne 
No. !43 and fl. E. Earnest No. %\% 
in attendance. , 

Nurserv service will be avail- 
able. 

The purpose |pr which the Navy 
Wiv«f cfcil* are foroied Is to pro- 
mote and encourage a friendly and 
sympathetic social relationship be- 
tween the wives of t^e men of the 
United States Navy, C^ast Guard 
and Alarine Corj^, and to awist 
and encourage each other for pur- 
poses of contentment and enlight- 
ment, to extend relief to ne«ly 
mmbers and foster a spirit <0^ fel- 
lowship and friendship among the 
m«nber«. 

Tonight No. 143 which will meet 
at 7:.m There will be a "White 
Elephant Bingo" after a short busi- 
ness meeting. 

DAK DBLKGATEH 

Mi-*. K. Guy Robertson, r^ent of 
Princess Aiine County Chapter 
Daughters of the .American Revo- 
Itttion, and .Mrs. David Y. Malbon, 
Stale Chairman of American In- 
dians, are attending the floth state 
conference of the Daughters of the 
American Revolution at the John 
.Marshall Hotel in Richmond, 
.March 14, 15. and 16. 




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Secur^e your loan from a local aasociati«i ^ipm% you 
receive persooaliied attention. 

Selecting your loan is as iM'^portant as sebctifHS ^our 
honw. . 

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home owners f« 75 years. 

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NOTICE OF SALE 

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$50,000 BEAQ1 

. Sealed bitb will be received by the Council of t!» City of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginyu at the Council Chamber in thi^%^ HaU v\ 
Vagaia Beach, Vaginia, untU 2:30 p m., E.S.T., oi^^^day, the 

117th SAyOiflM^ft^H, 1 

for the pwstoae of alt, but no part of, $50,000 prindBil amount 
of Beaffih Imftfovement fionds, of U»e City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, maturing serially in numerical onkr, withtnit optkm of prkw 
redemption, $5,000 bonds on April 1. in eaA of tte years 1962 
to 1971, iachisive. 

Said beads will be dat^ Afxfl 1, IWl, will be^ettpm bomlr 
registraMe » to principal xmly and of the draapma^oe oC $1,000 
each. Interest on iwdtwodsi*© be payable Octd)erl,«ld April 1. 
and b9th pfin^al aiM. 4nleiB$t .will be payabte atJif 9ank of 
Vir^ma Beatit, Virgnia Sea^h, V^pas, or^ at <hiti|M of the 
holder, at the Bank gi New Yak, New Yo^, ^ew tlw; 

No proposal for less than all of the bonds or for less than par 
and ai»;nied interest to date of delivery thereof will be consideied. 
Bid<k:rs are r^w»ted » nanw the ni«rest r^e or rales wiridi Ae 
bonds are to bear in multiples of one-eighth or one-tenth of oiw 
per centum, not exceeding six per centum (6'«) per annum. Each 
bidder must specify in his bid the amount and maturities of the 
lx>nds of »ch rale named. All bonds maturing on the same date 
muM b^u- interest at the same rate, and no bid sh^l ilKne more 
than two inters mm. Bach rate oi aterea mm be fa| consecu- 
tive maturities andcaimot be r^peW^. TI» boiKb'wtll h| awarcted 
to the bkider offering to {wrdtsK the bondi »t the ftwest net 
interest cost to the City, such cost to be ^termtned%' deducting 
the total amount of any premium bid from the aggi^te amoipt: 
of interest upon ti» boiuls from their date until thdr respective 
maturities. I 



Each proposal mug. be accompanied by a certified op 
cashier's bank check fof |J,^0 drawn upon an incoqmrat^ bank 
m trust oompaay payaMe to 'tlw order c€ the Ci^ at Virginia 
Beach to secure the City against my loss resulting from the failure 
of the successful bidder to ctnnply, with the terms of his proptsaU 
The check of the Urccessful bidcter will be deposited ^ the City an(| 
credited on the purchase prwe ctf tho bont^, and no interest will 
be allowed thereon. In tl* t\«Bt ^ tht failure of ttw successful 
byder to take up and pay for die bonds, the good faith check wilf 
be forfeited to the City. The ri]^ to reject any or all <rf the bids is 
hereby reserved. j 

Bach prc^)o6al should ba eicjos^ in a sealed enyek^ maiketi 
"ft^qposal fot City d Virgittt te«b, Virgmia, Bonds." and should' 
be dir«:ted to Mr. W. Russ^ HhAchett, City Manager, Virginia 
Beach, Vi^inia. 

The bonds will be delivered to the purchaser on or about 
April 1, 1961, in the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, upon pay-" 
ment of the purchase price in acomdance whh th^ purchaser's bid; 
The purchaser will be furnished without charge the printed bonds 
ami tlw a^wing op'ui'ioh of Mes^s. Wo(^ Kii^ ^WSOA Bi 
l^o^an. New York, New York, stating that tiie IkmrIs ct»Ktitaite 
valid and legally binding obiigatxms of the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and that said City has power and ii obl^Ml to levy «| 
vatofem taxes fw the payment of the ^rniciiMl Of and intor^ (m 
said bonds i^n all pn>{wrty within said City, subjsiA to taxatutt' 
by said City, wiAout limitation of rate or amount 

Thf usual* cl(»ing ^pers wUI be furnished tlw successful 
bidder, including a certificate, dated as of the date of ^livery o€ 
the boi^ mi s^ed by the eflk^^ who sign the tonds, stating 
that no liti^tMA n then fendn^ or, to the know^d^ of sw^ 
offkerB, tbreaten:d m any way affecting the Icplity of tte bonds. 

Furtter btform^on will be furnkhod upm a|^^atioo to ti» 
uwiurigiwd. 

VttfiM ^ach, Virgiiua, March 14, 1961 

W. RUSSELL HATq #rr 



ttFHIN MOTORS, ine. 

'VrINCISS ANNE COUNTY'S ONLY AUTHOftJZED 

MtlieURY»€OMET DmIot 

Comi^e Semce On AH MaKes Of Cars 

PIQCUP ttul I^JVBRY 
pMlory • TnlMrf MiMMiricf 
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m IMM. NOTICn 
vKcnirUi 

la the Orcalt Co«rt of PrinecM 
Amae <^«st]r oM t^ SM day df 

IN THE MA^rraai or the 

EJOTATB OP R. 0. BAMR. JR. 

It ai^aling to the Court that « 
report of the «ecountg of the Il*e- 
cutrlx of R. G. Barr, Jr., deceM^d 
and of the debts and dentaada 
against the raid estate, have Iwwi 



■n»e Sldfrwln^er, one of the U. S. 
Navy's air-to-air guided ml«sle«, It 
capable of knocking down not only 
hl|^-6peed airplane, b u t 'e v e n 
«ome of the preaent-day types of 
guided tniwiet. 



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filed ia'tha Owit't 0(Mo* of Uiia 
Court, and Uiat more than six 
month* hav* claiM^ since the 
quallfleattai ^ tl» Executrix, 
Mary Jean l^aef, <rf «W estate, on 
motion of the Mid SMBtutrix, it la 
ordered thM tiM «Mtttora of R. G. 
Barr, Jr. uM si hU «Mate, and 
any other pen^ia who n»y be in- 
terested in MAk Mtote, do appear 
In the Court «i Wte 31 «t day of 
March, 1161, and dww cauM 
againat the payment and delivery 
of Oie «t»te, without refund bonda, 
to those ^Utled thereto. 

It is further ordered that • oop? 
of this order be published onoe a 
we^ for four consecutive wetits 
in the Vli^nla Beach Sun^News, 
a newqmper having funeral dr- 



• uoAL Nonces 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN*IEW5,'nWRSDAY, MARCH 1A/1M1 



P^»M 



cuMkm In the (^ty of VlrglnJa 
Beach, Virginia. 

By: R. H. Wat. D. C. 
A. R. Walten, At^jf, 
21«45tb SttMfl 
Virginia B^di, Va 2-^4t 



rOMMONWBALTH OF VmOINjA, 
la the Clerk's (Mfice of Ike Gf 
calt Coart ot tbe Ctwaty (Mf Pria- 
oeea Aaae, oa tte iMh ifaqr i^ 
pamrwuTt iwi. 

aMlnat PlaintUf 

Defendant 
ORDmt OF FUBLICAIION 

1^ object <rf thte suit is to ob- 



BANKRUPT 
STOCK 



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The Signs 



You'll See 
The Crowds 



SALES CASH 
AND fINAL 



SALES CASH 
AND FINAL 



NO 
REFUNDS 



NO 
EXCHANGES 



' Starting Tomorrow Morning at 8 A. M. The 
Tidewater Area Will be The Scene of The 
Greatest Price Slaughter of NEW LUMBER 
&.BUILDING MATERIALS Ever Witnessed 
by The Human Eye in This Area. 
{&Mtkrupt Stock Sale of White Lumber Co.) 

STARTS TOHOBBOW 



MORNING 



Sale Coniinties UntiiAUS$oek is Sold! 



SAVINGS 

RANGE UP TO 



75% 



PUBUC NOTICE 

I Am Cwifraef loviid to $#ll Mm 
itttire Stock iltlier to the Palilic. 
•y Lots, In Biilk or As An Avetloo 
Solo! 

C. f . Hofolwootf. UqtfMotop 



Sl^R CONSMTS OP: 

LUMIi^^tG. MA^MAU, WIN- 
•OWS. lildO ft S. MOW.BIM«S, 

TRiAos. nrwotfiis. nAiu. 

Pt^OHMC, SHfiLI^N*. MA». 
HAR&WARf. P A t »<T S. GYHAT, 
ire. (AU^ NEW). 



HO^O Worth of Top Quality Lumber 

And BuiicUng Matorials Must Be Sold for a Frae- 
tioii of il'» Wbfth--EpifPI)B If OCiC fiaild in lHo 
Rapidf of NATIONJIL SALES STS^^M . . , Fainoiis 
%, T. Uqidiiaton for Fiiwl CloM-Oiii for Mm E. 
Wool LmalMr Co. 

PurciiasoM of the Banlaiqpl Sl^dc of 

ELDMRraCO. 

Corner of OoWMd «id i&fm M. ta BMUty^-KI »0« 
(In Icwk of Mm i. Wi^ bmber Co.) 



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I. lANKf"' 
NO iNFF 

IN! 



AN EXTRA DISCOUNT 

IP YOU PURCHASE Sldft.00 OR MOK 
AND DfUVSft YOUftSEtf 

?OME AND SAVil 



CLASSIFIED ADS 



• L^AL NOTKB 



tain a divorce • vinculo matri' 
monli from the «fid defendant 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

Aad an i^dstrft laxm$ be«n 
made and filed that ttie defendant 
Is not a resident of "th« State of 
Vii^ia, the last knoiwn po»t of- 
fice address helng S51 Su^ty 
Squadron Otis Air Force Base, Fal- 
mouth, MaH«chu8et(es. 

It te ord^^ t}iat be do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
ifi^at may be necessary to protect 
bis interest In this suit. 

A Ck^y — ^Teste: 
JOHLN V. PBNTI^Sa, Clark 
By: Wary M. White, D. C. 
Brydges &. Broyles, p.q. 
3115 Pacific Avenire 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 2-23-« 

OQMMOJSW&AHnL OP VIBOINU, 
la ^e Oerfc^ Qme» of the Cir- 
eott C^nrt trf the Couty of Prfat* 
e«sa Abm, «■ tke IMi imi «f 

^yMj^um^LSR. piaiiitiir 

HmswMB SHOOK ymjuSSL, 

Defendant 
MftD^ (MP PITBUGATION ° 

The object of this suit is to (^ 
tain a divorce frotn bed and board 
to be later merged into a divorce 
frotti the bonds of matrimony from 
said the defendant upon the 
grotts/da of descrttcra. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed ttiat the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Vii^nla, the last known p<»t of- 
fke address being c/o Mr. Fred 
Pope Claremont, .North Carolliw. 

U la <N*(lered that she <&> appear 
here wfthlh ten (16) days after 
due publication hereof, and ao 
what may be necessary to protect 
her liftere^ In this stilt. » 

A C^f—>tmHK 
JOHN V. PENTTREBS, Clerk 
By: Mary M. White. D. C. 
Rotoert Lee Simpson, p.q. 
Beach Theatre Biulding 
Virginia Beach, Vli^nla 2-234t 



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nmao kv0mm 

In «Meatton (tf a oMrtila 6m4L 
of trwt, ^ted AprU 9, itM, h- 
c<s'dcd in tte Clerk's Wflc^ of the 
Cbvutt €«t8t of tha OmwAj ai 
Priaew* Aant. in I)m4 BoA M». 
Page 399, default having be«n 
nuidt In the payment erf the deM 
thwalB MCUTM, and bting re- 
quired t>y the bcBrildary so to do, 
the undersigned truatee will seU 
at Public Atictlon, at the Ax>nt door 
of the City Hall, Arctic Avenue, 
between mh and 20th Strf«ta, Vir- 
ginia Beach. Virginia, on the 22nd 
day of March, 1961, at 12 o'clock 
norni, the real estate known, num- 
bered and d^gnated as fjot No. 
Nine (9) In Block "J", as shown 
on tM plat «ltitled "It^Mt of Ru> 
4te lite^^ts, Princess Anne Coun- 
ty, Virginia, December, 1860", 
whkh said plat Is of record In the 
^foresaid Clerk's Office in Map 
Book 26, at page 87. Reference is 
imuOe to said de^ for a moare par- 
tkmlar dmcrlptkm of aaid real 
Mttte. 

fiffiMS— Cash. 

ROCBEatT L. ffiMPB09«. Trustee 

243-4t 



CXHMMONWRALTH OF VfRGllflA. 
la tlie Clerk's omce of the Clr- 
arit Court of tkf Go«B^ of MiM 
mm AwM, OB Oe UA 4ar of 
Wbnuaj, IMl. 

(mb^GM wM/sfm davw, 

ai^lnat Plalnttff 

BWA HATl^S DAVIS, 



CXmMONWEAI/TH OF VIBOINIA, 
la Uie OtA'A Office of t&e C^ 
eait fd ^e Coaatf of Fliaceas 
Aaae, oa tk« lOtik d«r •< FelMr» 

The Bai* of Virginia, etc. Plalntift 
ai^nst ,, ^y 

Edward L. Copeland. Indhr. & T/A 
Copeland Electric Co. Defendant 

(mont OF puBLicA'noN 

The <^Jeot of this suit is to at- 
U|ch tikB real and personal estate 
<^ Edward L. Cf^dand, In ttte 
SUte of Virginia. 

And %n a{fld»vit having been 
qtade a^ filed, ttat tlM demtdant 
h nM. a 
Ttotflttla, 

fice addr«H bt^g Ja^ksMivllIe, 
K.C. 

R Is ordered that he do appear 
here within ten (10} days after 
due publlcatiCHi hereof, and do 
what may be nec^sary to protect 
his interest In this suit. 

A Copy— Teste: 
JOI^ V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
^: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Tiffany and Tiffany, p.q. 
Bank of Commerce BMg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 2-23-41 



ORD^ OF FVBUCAttOir 

Tlie object of this suit Is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vlBcalo matrl. 
monli from the said defendant 
iq>on the grounds of de9«rti<m. 

And an ffil<te^ having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident ot the State of 
Vliilnla. the last known po»t of- 
fk» addre« being 2972 & W, 2&th 
Street, Miami, Florida. 

It Is ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
dm ipiiUiMtion Iwreof, and do 
what may be ne<«a8ary to protect 
her interest In this suH. 
Edward T. Caton, IH, i^q. 
210^h Street 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 2-a$4t 



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VIRGINIA: In tte i^flVa milM 
of the Clrciilt Coart of Priaoess 
Aaae Cooaty, <» tA(e ttb Day of 
March, 1961. 

BDWAiRD L. DAVEMPORT, 

v (TN CHAf^CElRY P!alntl«. 

TOM BOOCHBI, sonwtiwies 
known as TOM BAlCB(IA, 

Defendant 
ORDER OF PUUilCAItON 

OBJKCT OF nvn 

The obJ«Kt of tMs suit Is to se- 
cure specific performjince of an 
agreement of sale between the de- 
fendant and 'the plainUff of the 
property hereafter described and 
more fully set forth In the Com- 
plaint filed herein. The property 
»r which specific performance is 
sought Is de^rlbed as follows: 

All that certain piece or parcel 
of land, with the appurtenances 
thereunto belonging, noar Black- 
water Magisterial District, PtIq. 
eess Anne County, Virginia, for- 
merly known as the farm erf M. J, 
Beasley, deceaspd, and bounded on 
the North by the lands of Jesse 
Ives and i<. W. Chaphiln; on the 
East by the public road and the 
lands of L. W. Chaplain, and on the 
iouth and West by the lands of 
T. J. Cartwrlght, Wallace Cox and 
Jesse Ives. The said parcel of land 
contains 33.245 acre.s, more or le^ 
and Is more paiticularly shown on 
H survey entitled "Plat ol James A. 
Fleming's Farm In Blackwater," 
made by Joshua G. Mow%, C^ttnty 
Surveyor of Princess Anne Coun- 
ty, May 13. 1918, which' plat is 
filed as Exhibit "F" in a chancery 
suit pending the Circuit Court of 
Princess Anne County, Virelnla. 
under the style of "Jamwi A. Flem- 
^ vs. David A. Harrison, et al»." 

And it, appearing by affidavit 
<luly made and filed'ln this pro- 
ceeding tliat the defendant. 'Tan 
fiocchei, sometimes knows an Tun 
vachia, is a non-Teudrnt of this 
lute, ani that his laA kMwn ad- 
drws 18, ill$ 7lh mnsA, North 
Ber^n, ftew Jersey, It is (JROiSl- 
CD that the said IVim Bocchei, 
sometime*! known as TNim ^eUa, 
4fy appear within ten days from 
due publication of this order gat 
do wl»t is necessary to protect 
bis interest ' 

And it Is FPRTHEm ORiDEaiBD 
that the forei^ing portion of this 
oi^r be publuhed In the VlrgAta 
Beach Sun«Newb once a Week *» 
tour successive weeks. 

WHN V. FBWTWiSJ^, Clerk 
By .Mary M. White. OjC 
Edwin C. Keltom. p^. 
Kellam and Kellam 



Are you interested in $100 weekly? 
This is possible and even more, 
calling on rural customers In 
South Prinoess Anne County. 
Should be over 25 years of ages 
CM- or light truck necessary. i^»r 
Personal Interview contact or 
write Watkins Product, Inc., 
PA Box No. 5071, RHrhiwind, Va. 

3*4t 

RAWLBKJft DEAiLim needed in 
Virginia Beaeh. Write Rawleigh's 
Dept., VAC 741-8«. Richmond, 
Va. 3^2t 



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USED TV Mid i^iaaoea far «J« 
or rent QawAoteed reoondMiM' 
ed. Hlrta TV. Lcaidcm Wt^m 
Open 9«. OA 8-1727. a^lW 



• il^MSP SOVIOB 



Poodle grooming. Pickups and de- 
livery service. Call GA8s»77 
after 5 p.m. MMt 



siNc^R ssmam (mnms. <- * 

representative of ttae Wa^ 
Corner Singer Stop virtU be In 
the si«a regularly, f^ ^rvia, 
demonstration o| sewing ma- 
chines-Vacuian cleaners or floor 
polishers. Call JV&'iaoe. ^n«r 
Sewing Center, 7^4 Granb? m^ 
<^n nltes til 9 pm. IS-ITH 



BU^O^S I^RVie^ Etec^w 
Oiate Saws, floor etuidin, <m» 
era, b^ aanden, pomst wmmam, 
fowve tUtotv, fertilizer iprcwl- 
ers, wedera, lawa voUmr*, poet 
hole diggers 4 aerat<H«. Cidl 
GA S^an. neu. Feed ft BuUd- 
ii% Suppltes. Inc. EXP. &31 



BUSINl^S SMSL^CE: Kwtnen 
MTvleee. Hoowr Vecoum C^«i- 
er. Sslae & Service. ProcD|^ ef- 
ftetavt repairs. Pick up and iteU- 
inty. Whiam OAS-^ Fuel. Fe^ 
ft Bulhti£« Sufpltoe, lac. QA 

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your best. Straining to hear 
^MW in your ftice. Hear better 
mi Mileve thla. Free hoot* trial, 
tJittalea, corda, accaeeorlcs all 
m^»i. Acouatlcon of Norfolk, » 
ilimtt^llo Arcade, MA MOM- , 

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stirffed aofa and ^air to ii»teht 
niMll ov«r*u»^ AaJr A «a^V 
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2 Fold^way eota. Good, condition, 
^ each. C«l aA8-7ffla. 3-16-H 

Co^ ft a-eM like new. A l^^iaf 
PrUsceae atyie ff^V flMtfWl e^ 

drew, UM. Slae 12-14. Call C»^ 
5361. ^mtmt 



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Bargains in Chrome Lounge ehaUrs 
and Wreugbt Iron ahle chairs. 
L«rfe aetectiona. Big Sile on all 
other l^uralture and marchanige. 
Bargain Basaar, Courthouae Bg.. 
Ooeana, Va. Phone GA8-1uH. 
OPEN DABLY BXCBPT 3W- 
DAY, 9 to 9. -BUY AND SBEfc 

y/flfm UNCLE BrLL" 2-i6-TW»»r 

iruBSBS~Oni«iatt. praoOnl 
nunea sHa, Apply 0«»P«rin«.. , 

9ath and Arctks Ata. b-l-fWv 



% WAMTP TO SUY 

24" Roto-Tlller l(>*p, 0n*n BSti' 
tfne, Dual wheeki, Piaw H aretd 
Tractor. Good oon<»ttoB. IJBO. 
Cost prtoe $^0.; AlMatx molor 
bike, good condition. 9S0.; Thtm- 
derblrd car, cbUd »lae. lae^ttjc 
power perfect condign. IB0. 
Call GY 7-1114; Cto be seen and 
demonstrated at BoasBBOBt. jgr- 
glnla Beech Blvd. 146JWW 



Duplex Hoi^e, 1 bedroom. 1 bkick 
from the ocean in the heart of 
Virginia Beach. Yearly or m<*ith- 
ly, reasonable rent. Call GkA8- 
OTIS. SdfrlWf 



Fumiahed awl unfurnished ~^_ — 
and apartntenU. One to km ^e& 
rooms. Wli^r or yearly. AmteC 
Realty. CaU (3A»>742L »8-TrH 



est monthly, weekly and tramt- 
lent rates. 2i>nd and Ocean Front 
Phone GAa-t>457. 2-9-TFW 

• FumaiB)Aprs. 

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Apartment for rent furnished. I 
bedroom, living room, dinette ft 
kitchen, electrically equipped,. 
Phone GA8-29TO or app^ to 
The Huan CoWages ft Apart- 
ments, 28(^ Holly Rd. S4l-3t 

311-ieth Street. 3 roonw, prtvMe 
fcath, heat, lights, and hot ^gfOer 
included. $Sb until June ISth «P 
will rent year-round. I%»ne 
GAS-W47 after 7 p.m. 3#.W^ 

Ocean Court Motel Apartmants-^ 
206 19th street. Efficiency apts, 
also 2-bedroom apt. All utilities 
furnished, convenient to. every- 
tbinig. By i|e^ or iraoQtb. • 

a^-TFM 

2 • bediXKwa apartment. Electrte 
stove ami refrigerator. Alw 
Jalousie perch; 1-bedroora apart- 
ment. eWctric stove and refrte 
erator. Can GA 8-2724. a^TSW 



• HOUSE FOR R»ir 

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a^droom* and bath. Ranch type, 
almo* new. Attached garage. !«» 
cation, Knotts Island. 200 feet 
from water on Brumley's Road. 
Good ftehlng & huntings Make 
<rffer. M«*-H 



Attractive 2-bedroom housft fh**- 
, place, large yard and nice sur- 
roundings. Yearly tea». Dial 
GA84iaJ2 after 4 pan. w GA^- 
6719 any time. 3^T TO 

Ftimlshed .Mjedroom home. Elee 
trie kitchen, washer, large bacte 
■yard. Near schools and stores. 
CaU OA8«143. 3*TFI!{ 



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4-room furnished cottage, with 
fenced-in yard. Year-routrf. Ap» 

ply ^74i8th ^^ .-- s-iaa» 

One-bedroom furnished cottage. 
Yearly rental, conveniently ^ 
cated. Completely furnished. A^ 
•piv 5:r5-2ist St., or dial ga* 
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Ittli t fialHc Av»., Virginia l«*ch 6A 8-9361 

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Motorist: "I'm Horry I ran orer 
y^iir rocMt^r, Tin wilMiiK to rvptarai 
bim.** . •«.* 

Farmer: "I don't think yo« (wn. 
lifVn ln»«r yon crow." 




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List the fIx-ups your place needs . . . then drive n 

over to KELLAAA & EATON. We'll give you advice, H 

$-sdving tips, and arrange budget terms for all H 

the materials you'll need so you'll be able to get M 

started as soon as the weather's rightl II 

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BEWARE OF MMLRADINtl ADS 
FOR TREES AN1> SHRIBN 

Beware of fly-by-night operators 
selling trees, shrubs, and other 
p)antj> through false and mislead- 
ing advertising. You may wind up 
with a weed.' 

The Federal Trade Comml^lon 
plans to crack down heavily on 
suetJ operators, .Meanwhile, the 
American Association of Nursery- 
men, with the tobperatlon of the 
PTC, has listed several safeguards 
for home owners buying plants. 

Beware of outlandish advertis- 
ing claims relating to growth, 
f loweriflg, or fruiting of trees «nd 
shrubs, .such as "grow.s 20 feet in 
two months," "produces thousands 
of exotic blooms In a few weeks." 

■^Tien advertising makes exag- 
gerated claim."?, check with estab- 
lished nur.serymen, the Better 
Business Bureau, the Agricultural 
Extension Service at VPI, etc, be- 
fore buying. 

que.stion claims of "tremendous 
bargains." This (an be done by 
writing the firm for Its retail cat- 
alogue In which you can check 
regular prices. / 

U you have any doubt about the 
age. size, grade or quality of the 
plant, write, and Inquire alx>ut it 
before buying. Established nurs- 
eryman wUl supply this informa- 
tion. 

Pay particular attention to guar- 
|ntee«. For example, the nature 
and ext,ent of the guarantee, and 
how it will be honored, should be 
disclosed fully In the ad. The ad- 
Ferti,ser's Identity and mailing ad- 
dre.ss should be fully given. T^e 
FTC has established "Guides 
Against Deceptive Advertising." 
Check these^ if possible, at a pub- 
lic library. ,/ 

Fly-by-night operators usually 
concentrate on one product a sea- 
son and push it hard through di- 
rectmall advertising, radio, and 
large ads jn newspapers as an 
"amazing, neir"inse&VTWy,** or a 
"fabulous value," when It may be 
nothing more than a small plant — 
or even a weed. 

ErftataUshed nuraerynM«i ««« up 
In arms over these unscrupulous 
sellers of plants who spring up 
every .so often and defraud the 



POND SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

KATHEltlNE S. POND 

JOHN L. POND, JR. 

Located at KEMPSVILLE 

ud 108 - 35tii STKETT 

NORFOLK, VIRGINLi 



ptriiUc until the FTC catebes up 
wltJi them. Every effort Is being 
mode by the nursery InduAry ta 
protect the public from unscrupul- 
ous opfrators. 

Dealing with hurnerles with a 
/avorirtjle reputation Is the beat as. 
Burahce of .^tlsfactloti. 




panfe of ^itsinia iBeacib 

"PRHSICESS ANNE COUNTY'S HOME - OWNED BANK" 
MMiilMr FMhrai thp ot H hftumm Corporafioii 

EVENIN<» • 4 pn to 7 Mk 



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MAIN OFFICE and BANK BY AUTO SERVICE-PACIFIC and 31st STREET 
BRANCH BANK - ATLANTIC and 18th STREET 
BRANCH BANK — NAVAL AIR STATION, OCEANA 



TifH ON oRowinG pmim> 

ABLE FEEDER CALVIi» 

These are the days that try the 
souls of bc«ef cattlemen! 

During the montn or so preced"- 
Ing March 20, the cow herd seems 
to get thinner, the llpe seem to 
get worse, an6. bad luck In general 
seems to tattoo iteelm on the cat- 
tlenven's .shadow. . 

There are consolations, though! 
Soon the grass will turn green, and 
spring will be here. .Me^pwhlle, 
here are some suggestions on how 
to produce heavy high-grading 
calves — ^the ones that make the 
most profit. 

Be -sure the cow.«! get enough to 
eat. And be sure you have cows 
than can use the feed and turn it 
into milk fbr the calves. Get rid 
of poor milkers, and when you 
buy a bull, be sure he comes from 
a good milking cow and preferably 
buy a bull that aire* good milking 
daughters. 

V Plan for a good pasture system 
which will give adequate grazing 
during the sumnjer and keep the 
calves growing ttipldly throughout 
the year. Often calves go into a 
summer slump because of lack of 
pasture, and they don't put on 
weight and grade that they should. 

plan to have the calves born at 
the right time of year. It is Impos- 
sible for ff late March or April calf 
to have the desired weight at sale 
time. Try to make January 1 the 
target day. Cows which will not 
breed on "time shoiuld be culled. 

If you're buying a bull now, fiod 
a good one.. He should have' 
weighed more than 800 pounds at 
the age of 12 months, and should 
grade choice or better. A 1,000-lb. 
weight at 12 months, and a grade 
of fancy, Is a good job at breeding. 

Watch cows closely when they 
are calving— »ii* try to raise a calf 
for every cow. A 90 percent call 
crop costs over $2 per cwt. more 
to pi-otluce a 100 pei-cent calf crop. 

irS PASTITRB HEKDISO 

TIME IN vraqiNiA , 

What's pasture worth? For those 
who've forgotten — or never knew 
— an acre of good pasture Is worth 
about 44 buahete of shelled corn, 
or 90 bushels of o«tF. or 42 bushels 
of wheat, 2 tons of hay or 51 tons 
of corn sila^. 

Farmers don't have much long- 
er—they should have their pasture 
seeded by March 15. 

Seed 1 to 2 pounds of certified 
ladino and 12 to 14 pounds of Vir- 
ginia-grown or dome'stlc orchard 
grass. Where orchard grass Is not 
adapted, use 12 to 14 pounds of 
certified Kentucky 3 or alta f^cue 
Instead of orchard grass. For high- 
er yields and more flexible use. 5 
pounds -of i-ed clover, or 5 to 8 lbs. 
of alfalfa can be added to the mix- 
ture. Always Inoculate legume seed 
immediately beft)re seeding. 

Be sure you apply the correct 
amount of lime and fertilizer. Leaf- 
let 40, "Here's How T» Seed That 
Pasture," available from my office, 
will give valuable tips. 

CSICKWEra» C^HTROL 

RAME» QvwsnonB 

The troublesome peat, d%lck- 
weed, and Its control. Is raising a 
lot of questions among Princess 
Anne alfalfa growers these days. 

Weather this winter ha« delayed 
the application of chemicals for 
chickweed control, and many fann- 
ers are wondering if it is now to 
late. 

It is the sUge of alfalfa Itself 
which governs whether or not the 
chemicals can be safely applied— 
not the date on the calendar. If al- 
falfa ha« grown only a Uttle as « 
resut of tw»nt warm weather, It 
is likely all rlgM to go ahead with 
treatment. However, if the alfalfa 
has begun to grow v^rouaTy, R 
will be damaged by the chwHlcats. 

My only suggestion as far as the 
temi)erature is concerned Is that 
It be high enough so the spray does 
not freeze and clog the nozzle and 
the CIPC does not d^stallze la the 
cheAlcal container. If the chemical 
has crysUliwd, move the contain- 
er into a room where the t«mp«sip» 
ture is above 60' for 24 hours. 
Shaking the mn will help disslove 
the crystals. 

Treating fall-seeded alfal&i dur- 
ing the first winter with CIPC Is 
safe, and possibly will prevem a 
severe infeeUUon In later yeara. 
However, If a grtss U seeded mm 
th new aeeifflng ol alfalfa, OVC 
will ellmlnato or severely Injure 
the young pwM. DInitro is suf> 
'gested for iwirty weded gnw»» 
legume mixtures. 

PROGRAM PW 4-H HRMBSBS 

Young peog^ tiiemselves are not 
onllnarlly amure of chan|^. Tliey 
llw In the prerent only and sup- 
pose that what tiiey see happening 
around them J«s been going oti for 
as long as anyiUM carM to ^tok 
about. 

But m<wt young people are«grow- 
Ing vyp under conditions net like 
those which existed « few ytmts 
ago. The ioerea»d mobility of our 
American peopte, the frequent 
moving from place to ptace, the 
lack of eonunomty ties, the eco- 
nomic problems, the nfced for more 
and better edtt^ttM^ Vm SUftiaf 
tTom one 9mvf0Um to las^m, 
the i^ld p»m cf Mr sod^, mA 



many other factors are all exerting 
premiures on the young p«>ple. 

The greatest Increases In employ- 
ment during the'l9ao'.s will be in 
occupations requiring the most ed- 
ittcatlon and training. 

The 441 Cluh program Is plan- 
ned to^asslst 4-M menfbers to de- 
velop Into useful and desirable clt- 
Isens. To do this, trends, current 
and anticipated needs of young 
peo^, career importunities, and 
educatknml training available are 
iLsed as a basis In determining the 
content of the 4-H program. 

Times and etmditkmfi are chang- 
ing rapidly. Ukewise, the 4-H pro- 
gram changes to meet these new 
nee^ 

In jl^ior years, emf^iasts en fTO- 
dudlen for agrlculijral {rto^cts 
and preservation of foods were im- 
portant needs of the 4'H program. 
Today we have n^any more needs 
whlcii Include farm management, 
business management In running a 
h^me, buying, selling, marketing, 
and an understanding of consumer 
needs. *• 

The 4-H projects are beir^i re- 
vised to Include more science. The 
successful person today murt un- 
derstand and know the wiqr and 
how in orcter to apply and use the 
.•cience and teehnole^ of agricul- 
ture. For thwe selecting agricul- 
ture as a career, training In science 
Is a "must,"! .1. , . , 

New projects Introduced are Ca- 
reer Dxploration, Soil.*?, Light 
Hdrse and Pdny, Automotive Care 
and Safety, and Town and Country 
4-H Business Program. These new 
projectSi atoag with the revision 
of the other! to include more sci- 
etfte, are contributing significant- 
ly to the training of the 4-H n»m- 
bers. Through project iastructlon 
the 4-H member learns new know- 
tegde and skills^ , >^ | 

Leadership tr«hlh^, eltl»n*ili* 
training, and philosophy of life are 
other .significant parts of the 4-H 
program. Ijearning how. to be lead- 
ers and a good and effective clti- 
»n are traits of importance. Un- 
derstamling the full meaning of 
free<k»n and odr AmerkAn way of 
life are nece^ary in order to es- 
tablish personal values. 

The attendance at summer 4-iH 
training camps increased ta record, 
high of i,m in \md. Personal 
training under a highly qualified 
prof^ional staff is an effective 
method of teaching young people. 
Camp facilities and program con- 
tent are being improved for 19*1 
and It is anticipated that the num- 
ber attending will Increase. 

• ' "t -■■'" ' ' " "- 

MAT (XKURt ATTKXD.lSfT 
Among the 16 Jtory Washington 
CoUe^ girls who have been 
elected to the imi May Court by 
ttielr classmates is Miss Elizabeth 
Uoyd Tilton, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. L<ee S. TUton of 204 esth St 



NatioBal Bank *, 
Dividend Is Up 
Over Last Year 

The board of directors of Na- 
tional Bank of Commei-ce, meeting 
jointly Wednesday with the ad- 
visory board, declared, a regtilar 
quartefly dividend of 65. cents per 
share on the bank's outrtandlng 
stock. 

John S. Alfriend, Chairman of 
the Board, said the dividend U an 
increase of h t*nt« per share over 
tfWO i-eguiar quarterly dividends. 

In his report to the board, Mr. 
Alfriend advised that "bank de- 
po.slt8 on a daily basis have aver- 
aged ^,000,000 more for January 
and February of 1901 than for the 
two comparable mohths of 1980. 
Loans In the same months aver- 
aged $3,000,000 more than for the 
compai^able 1960 period. These 
factors lead to higher earnings," 
he said. 

The board also annouBKed a 
change In dividend declaration 
policy. Beginning this year the 
extra dlvideml Dormally declared 
at the ^Um of the year will be 
eliminated. For tlU future, an 
equal declaration *ch quarter Is 
contemplated. ^ «, 

Based on WetoMttaV's tfeclara- 
Uon, with bank earnings permit- 
ting, a total dlvldeiSi of $2.00 per 
share Is indicated tor 1961. T^ls 
compares with a 1960 dividend of 
$2.00 per share. 

National Bank of Opnmerce has 
the distinction of baWng given Its 
shareholders a dividend increase 
every year for the past sixteen 
years. Continuous earnings at the 
present r^te indicate that 1901 may 
be another record year for Nor- 
folk's largest Bank. 

The dividend is payable on April 
1 to shareholders of record March 
■it. - -- , , > 

Hardin Pi^no 
Students To Give 
Recital Saturday 

Twenty-four piano students of 
the Bristow Hardin School of Mu- 
sic %lll be presented in recital at 
the studios Saturday at 7:30 p.m. 

The students performing are 
fpom the classes of ClMrles Har- 
din, Elizabeth Ctorntok, and Brta- 
tow Hardin. 

Those participating in the pro- 
gram are; Nancy Campbell, Amy 
Ferebee. Lyndle Costenbader, Jwiy 
Mrco, Helena Rodriguez, Beth 
Ewing, Mellnda Harper, Mary Jo 
Kellam. Ann Hood, Georglanna 
Miles, Dale Anna Dean, Cathy 
Dean, Frank Atkinson, .Joyce 
Brehm, Marion Ritter, Elayne 
Johnson, Gayle Flora, Rachel 
Brown, Pamela McKltrlck. Cheryl 
Ka»t»L IBiry Dekker, Namy 
Strassberg, Mary Keyes Feri^bee, 
and Beverley Batjcock. 

The public Is invHed to attend 
the reel Ml and the social hour that 
will follow. 

The first eomml|wloned Admiral 
in the U. S. Navy was David Glas- 
gow Farragut. This honor was be- 
stowed upon him by an Acl.„f 
Congress In July. 18M. 



1/ Youi^ Eye Physician Prescribes Glasses 

Mkhimaliout * 

TRAYLOft'S at Va. Braeli 

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First comes the chick. Ferf fmn Swithern 
^ates SUrting & Growing Mash, the t«ed 
with "The 7 Extras,'* to grow high-prbdiKStag 
pullets that pile up more eggs that bring 
bigger egg checks. Ma the Profit Parade. 
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Smej^ T, .Orc^swhlte Jr. takes oath of o^k% adminUtered 
by f^Mtal lmp<N»<Mr H S Wulfort. 

Crosswhite Is Appointtfil 
Virginia Beach Postmaster 

COUNTY Dl^UTY RiVENUE COMMISSIONER 
TAKK OVn m&SUl OOVNtNMENT POST 



Jo^ph T. CfosBwhlte, Jr., wlio 
h«.s be*n a deputy commLssloner of 
revenue for Princ*i»« Anne County 
for six years, hag Just tietn wwrorh 
In as |xMtina«t«r of the Virginia 
Beach offlces to aucceed Howard 
„ S. Myeni, who died in office last 
I>cember. 

Cros»whlte has b^en prominent 
In civic and poliUcai affalrsi sim-e 
his return tnm U^. Army service 
in I«V4. 
Ws wtti »«Ti In Morfoik and has 
> been a resident of Virginia Beach 
glnce 1895, attending W. T. Gooke 
Elementary ScIkwI, Oceana High 
School and the Vli^nla IHrtytech- 
nic IwiUtute. ' . 

M the immedUte past president 
of the Young Democrats of Vir- 
ginia, the new postmattter Ik well 
K known throughout the Slit* ax a 
kmder in t)w Dm^svr^^ Paity. 
,.!*» aim l »^Mrt tlB "^^- ■ ■ 
->M>a) TotiplMM 
- l>er of the PrtiiceM 
t'lub. 
After his ft>ui%ear serrtee dtu*. 



wa.« a staff terfeant in photo In- 
telligence, Crosswhite was em- 
ployed by the National Bank of 
Commerce until be accepted ap- 
pointment to the deputy commJjs- 
gioner pot>t in 186& 

He )8 a director c^ the United 
Community Fund ahd an active 
member of the Virginia Beaeh- 
Prlm^ag Anne Rescue Squad. 
Campaign Naaager 

Crosswtjlte also h^lds member- 
ship in American Legion Post 11.3 
and Is a former quality control 
technician of the Ford Motor Co. 
m Norfolk. 

He and his wife, cft« ^fMn- M»e 
FQ^illlpe WHliama of Va. Beach, 
live with their thr«* dtlldren at 
lOS Mace Street. 

TlMfv are memiiers of the nrat 
PresbN-terian Church and are ac- 
tive in Its proCWm. «f Chlat,Uui 



of tjtfl *??''^_ w^edu^fon 
n* Iturttaii' 



^■^—*\ht Vlrgmw^oat^ Dtrtwcrats. 



Ing the Korean conflict, when he i dentlal electton. 



CnMHuwhite aim served as their 
cam]ttJ^ manager for the presl 



f riiicess Anne Wnaan's Club 
Elects Mrs. L. W. Meaehim 



Mrs. L. W. Meachum was elected 
president of the Woman's Cliih of 
Princess Anne Ctounty at the last 
meeting Mrs. Meachum previously 
served as president of the club ' 
from IMO-1942, 

Other offloers elected are Mr« 
J. Dougla.s Wilson, first vice presi- 
dent; Mrs. Joseph de Craney, sec- 
ond vice president; Mrs. J. A. 
Clai^, third vice jH^dent; Mrs. 
R. F. Hogue, recording aetsretary; 
'Mr«. A. G. Hoxwe. correspoi^tng 
secretary and Mr*. M. F, Camp, 
treasurer. 
k The club approved a $10 contrl- 
**utlon to the Boardwalk Art Show. 

Mrs. Meachum will represent the 
;cl«b rt the General Federation con- 
ventl<»i at Miami B^ch In June. 

Dele^tes representing the club 
at the Tlctewater Dtetriet meeting 
at the Chamberlain Hotel yester- 
day were Mrs. V. Alfred E^erW|^, 
Mrs. Meachum and Mrs. C. L. 
Hershberger. Alternates were Mrs. 
J. Dougtas Wilson and Jiini. Wil- 
liam O. Ashman. 

iMrs. Btherldge, presiding at the; 
club meeting, announced that Mrs. 
H. E. Halstead, Mrs. Frank Klep- 
per and Mrs. Wilson would serve 
as auditing committee for the club, 
and Mrs, Mewhum, Mra. Wh^erly 
J. IMekens, Jr., and Mrs. Cmnp 
men appointed ^to aervt tm. the 
budget commJW^. 

Mrs. Heirfd&erger, chairman of 
the gard«», conservation and de<^ 
ration de^rtment, introdueed L. 
S. HaAtaw^ itee gurat ^ipeaker. 

Had^npy, « well-known local 
florlat, KrtMttrted a question and 
answer pn^mm supplying infor- 
mation on pwnlng, transplanting 
and establishing a lawn. 

Little Miss Cyrfthia Herahberger, 
pianist, furnished music far the 
;|>rogram. 



Beach Leagne 
Officials Gather 

The officers, maiMgers and 
toaches will meet ©morrow In tte 
conMnirtee room at the Convention 
Center on Paelfle Avenue. "Wie 
^tlng will start it TM p.m. 

Plans will be formulated for the^ 
forthc<Hning iwgl^fatlon of ' all 
iMys between the ages of 8 ai^ 12. 
Wsldlng within the boundaries 
Norton a* rtreet flLdrtin toid> 
to tarn att^ %nA fcwn Oewtt 
f<root to aw«t N«* C»*«k. 




Ohio Minister 
Passion Weei( 
Guest ^aker 

Dr. Bernard N. Sctiaridfr ol 
Mansfield, Ohio will bft^e s|^aker 
at an ^IgM-day I^wl6h WeekUBiblf 
Conference •» #e Grace Bre^ren 
Church at Hillk^ banning rtlm 
Sunday, Marcb 26 and encUng on 
Ea«tec,junday. 4ptll 2. 'me pMtor, 
A. HaroW Airitqpon said the eve- 
ning servlee* will, start at 7^. 

Dr, Mtttrtder Is « aMdive of Ger- 
many, having Hved Uwrethe flrrt 
32 yeaw of his life, "^fcen 22 years 
old, he came to America and en- 
tered Graoe I1)eolo|fo(tt.SaiHiiMRt 
In Winona Lake, Imtena. 

Since graduatli^; fttun Seminary, 
Dr. Schneider las held pt^it^tes 
in C^rvington, VUitlnla. WasMng- 
ton, DC., and MaiMrfield, Mlo. He 
has b*6n twice e^H^ OontaiOMi 
Moderator of t^ National Fell«w- 
sMp of Brethren CJiurchM. 

Since 10^ when he reiljptd lift 
^^mme in Ohio, Dr. Ssiwti*^ 
has been wisMnf (uU Ui^ in 
»ble Conf^wi^ Private, ai^ 
^tar aiKh RH^^k ^^ wrttt^ 

CMtfwMi mt ftfa 4 




5 New Schools 
Te Be Offoned 
For Fall Term 



llanglbte resulU of the $3,600;000 
bond Uttue voted last March will 
toe evident at the beginning of this 
Fall's school term when the F. W. 
Oox High School and four elemen- 
itary Mohools open their doors in 
Prlneew! Anne County. 

This good news came aftee 
week's meeting of the Prince** 
Anne County School Board when 
It al.to wag announced that an ad- 
ditional 100 teachens will be em; 
ployed, ' 

The elementary schools ached'. 
tried to open this fall are Louise 
tiuxford Elementary, Kempsvllle 
Bleirontary, Plaaa Blenwntary and 
Mewsome klementary. The elemen- 
tary schools will handle about 900 
Jrtudents each, the high school 
about 1,500. 

f^^ag Kecrnitiag 

About 70 new teachers have been 
hired in the spring recruitment 
program. Another 90 will have to 
be hired to fin out vacancies left 
by eo teachers who plan to leave 
tile system after thU term and to 
round out the roster of 100 new 
teachers. 

The addition of th^ 100 new 
teachers will boost the number In 
t}» princess Anne school system 
to al)out 720. The system has 36 
principals and supervisors. 

Also approved at the school 
board meeting was the appoint- 
ment of Walter Carroll as princi- 
pal of Cox High School. The school, 
began last July, Is on the Great 
Neck road next to John B. Dey 
Elementary School, Fully equipped 

It will cost $i,etafioa. 

Aaother Oae namaed 

Bids for construction of still an- 
other school. Floyd E. Kellam Hlg^ 
School on the Holland Swamp Rd. 
near Princess Anne County Court- 
houM, Will bf opened April 20 at 
2. jum. 

The school Is expected to be ccm^ 
pleted by SeptevRber l«fl2 at a coat, 
fully aqulpped, of abotit $i;B40,00O. 

BMa on about (IJKVOOQ ' ' 

htntlture 
ft we 
w'.ll 

showlNf 

'tributon.lj^lil HH% W» Oce- 
ana Schoot 

Bid opnili^ on ^e remaining 
|@ miilkm in a^Mwl bonds of the 
$5,.700,000 iawa voted in 1960 will 
be held AprU 12 at 11 aJn. in the 
l^te D^l Service omce in Rich- 

Sup*. Oox said machinery Is In 
iMition by which the federal gov- 
mmta^i will compensate the coun- 
^ lor the abandonment last year 
^ Oceana ElemeMary School. 

A bill was reintroduced in Con- 
gresa this sesston by Rep. Thomas 
N. Downing, I>Va. The school was 
abamtoned liecause of Navy Jeta 
opera^i^ nearby. 

If the bill Is approved it muirt 
go into the VS. Court of Claims, 
to determine the amount of reim- 
bursement. A new school will be 
built elsewhere In the county. 

Also announced at the nweiing 
was the appointment of two addi- 
tional teachers at King's Grant 
Elementary School at I¥ina»a8 
Anne Plaza. Enrollment at the 
school hag Increased by HO since 
Se^ember. 

The board will meet again Af»11 
30. 



Tuck to Head 
War Centennial 
National Body 

Co^'CMman William' M. Tuck, 
DeflMJcrtt of the Fifth Virginia 
DIArlet, has been named chairman 
of the eateeuMve committee of the 
Natlomil Civil War Centennial 
&>mmls«ion to succeed Congress- 
man WlM Smith, Republican of 
^an^as, now ^ retired from Con- 

This announcMnent was made by 
Major General U. S. Grant, m. 
clurtrman of the conuniasion, who 
dted the appointment as one ol 
several changes made as a resutt 
of vacancies occurring in the mem- 
bership of the new Congress. 

General Grant alao announced 
that Senator Rail* Yartwrough, 
Democrat of Austin, Texas, Iwd 
been appointed to succeed to the 
vacancy on the Execttfve Ccnn- 
mlttee cnated whw Sepator Jos- 
eph C (Wiahoney, Democrat of 
Wyoming, Wled to run for re- 
electUm. Be furttJW^ reported that 
the memtwrt^ of the eotmnlttee 
had been iawmd by oM throu^i 
Uw atUUUon of OMvad L. Wirtb, 
director of the National Parft Serv- 
lem. 

JiMM Oa Iii^At^ 

OcmfMntttti TINA, #^«a vtc*- 
ebalmwn of the commiMlon at ttic 
tlrae of Ite creation by act of Ou- 
ff^ in am, ^» be^ eKreroe ^r 




It's All In Fm-^AndA Lot of It 



COAST HIGHWAY PLAN 
IS CALLED A "MUST" 
BY TWO-STATE GROUP 



interlocutor V. A. (Jact) Etherid^ and End Man .Graham 
Dalton are pictured above rehearsing their parts of this year's 
Ruritan Minstrels to be presented at Princess Anne High School 
this Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. 

Old Fashioned Show Boat Setting 
Features Ruritan Minstrel Show 



The Al JoIson-'Eddie Canter era 
came to life once again hist night 
In all its oid4ime minstrel sh<w 
merriment and ^ory when the 
Princess Anne Ruritan Cfub un- 
iMithed a cast of 125 end men, 
singers and pranksters on tfce Nor- 
view High School stage. 

Tonight, tomorrow night and 
Satur^y night the show, under 
direction of John S. McFall, Jr., 
will cavcM at Princess Anne High 
School, - ♦ 

FeatiM-ed as soloist Is Alice Clola 
In "Dont Take Your Ix>ve From 
Me." Sanfoni Moore presents a 
baaso specialty. A jnewcomer to the 
cast is Betty Mann, a member of 
Prince*^ Anne High School 
i^rua, w)^ ^^gi 
lag flwff MaiT of 



llie Soutll^ (ItURtet returns 
apiia this yea^' with Alton Butler 
as f«itured tenor and sok^ Ben 
MdCtesky. ^nford Moore and Joe 
White are also siotolsts— Joe White 
numb^ing among his many other 
talenta that of Hmidtxme Artists. 

The • show rinp to tiie Banjo 
music of Ira Jacoway and George 
McCarthy as iwll as to the shjglng 



violin strings of Charlie Cashman, 
Jr., and White. The important sup- 
porting role is filled by the out- 
standing 05 voice Prince Anne 
High Chorus and the Left Bank 
Bearcats Dixieland ^nd. 

The stage will glow with the 
brilliant color of the deck of a 
show boat, lending an air of gala 
celebrating to the production. 
Many hours of labor by Whit Voll- 
va, stage ^t and scenery chainnan, 
with art work by Henry White and 
lighting effects T>y Charlie ^^^»hce, 
make this year's production Uie 
most outstanding ever presented to 
a Tidewater audience. 

Ktheridge On Taps 

V. A. (Jack) BHheridge ag^ln 
keei»! the show rolling as Interlo- 
cutor. His is the job of staying c«e 
Jump ahead of 10 of the show's 
veteran end men, as thr tnelodys 
of, famous aiMyi^ (rom. the MM. 
vmm tQ^tiife,'^. "ttiaJNiMtopirTO 
Phil Johnson as he put ^^»«Me 
pianne" through Its paces via tte 
'l^ano Roll Blues." 
.Tickets may be purchased from 
any member of the Ruritan Club 
or from any of the following firms: 
KellamJBalon at Virginia BeacB or 
Princess Anne Court House, Lon- 
don Bridge Supply Company, Dar- 
den's ^so, Oceaoa Drug and Mal- 
bon Motors. 

Curtain time for all perform- 
ances will be 8:00 P.M-^ 

t 



James Powell 
New Manager 
At Sir Waiter 

James M. I^jwell, •General Man- 
ager- of The Jefferson Hotel in 
Richmond, ha.s been named Gen 
eral Manager of The Sir, Waller 
Hotel at Virginia Beach. Mra. Lucy 
Trafton o* Virginia Beach will be 
affUlated with The Sir Walter 10 
the capacity of Assistant Manager. 
The announcement was made by 
Sidney Kellm. Secretary-Treasurer 
of Atlantic Sands Incorporated, 
corporation for TTie Sir Walter Ho- 
tel. , 

Well-known In the hotel flel<|, 
James Powell has a backgrotmd erf 
approximately twenty five years 
in hotels an<l club experience, both 
in Virginia and Florida. »V)r six 
years he was manager <rf the 
James River Country Club and 
personally organized and develop* 
«d The Qilony Club and The Press 
Club of Richmond. In accepting the 
position of executive head of The 
Sir Walter Powell, terminates a 
ten-year span at'- Rlchnwod'a fam- 
ous Jefferson Hotel. 

A ■^year-old native of Newport 
News, James Powell has been most 
active in civic and state <^^ali»- 

MTseiitly taf _^ ^ _^, . -^ .„ ,^^,^ , 

Mala Chtb Uampsm ifemieiatten. r| teia 1»» been rvm 
member of the DoiWrtown ClviqJ — deslpte overtones ot ri 
A8«oclation, a director of the Vlr-J Jteadled for the hotels opening 



Cavalier Opens 
Tomorrow For 
Banking Group 

"Closed for the winter" signs 
come down ^t The Cavalier and the 
doors swing open on March 24th 
to welcome the first guests of the 
1961 season, The Virginia Bankers. 

"While this imfjresslve group 
undoubtedly , ha« Hr^ hand infoT- 
matton zs W tte wjonomy pres^tt 
and future," said OivalW Preal- 
dent Sidney Banks, "I am decided- 
ly optomLstlc about the resort sea- 
son coming up." tenks stated that 
an early Easter with an early 
sprlng'brlngs early Inquiries, and 
to date the boAklngg for 1961 are 
oul.Htripping 1960's. Banks also 
pointed up that tj^^^hfUHpated 



30 MEN ORGANIZE PROMOTION GiOUP 
FOR 6aMllE OCEAN FIK>NT STRV 

I Far-sifted citixtos oC V'lt^^niii Beai^ wd Priaefis ktm 
County this week joined ^mjs with Ute-fflMKled mi^^en from 
North Carolina in formtf^ offictiify ft Owattl BeirievMd Aaoc»- 
ation to help build a highway thni^ 60 i^et fli a^tf^ teccts- 
able sand dune territory alcM^ tte AtkuMie aea ftMrt. 

Several property dwnen betwe^ here wd Nap ^ad hme 
of&ted to donate r^& df way te ttie k^imiy «^ tttir «^ 
were present to a »3fnni^K df SO raaa btm tite Aw<Nliie npt 

•t the mteting at the ^ui^erhM 
Motor Lod^a,^ 

The (Mwn^e pSei^ed to ^»> 
mote, adveftlaq ai^ XcMify for ^ 
Coaatal BoiMtirri which wtU be a 
unique ad^nti^ fiM- t^ Ai^ttc 
seaftoard. ' > 

E^vtsloaetf is a aomile «0Mii 
hU^way tbroui^ wild Mid dai^ 
and teach now b^eeeritde by $e- 
dlnary transporMttai. 

g|M«!d A Tetf J«e. 
The group met isic»«aa% iMt 
April ^ PrtnceKi Mmm OmH 
Houste. It orputised at &BtttME 
Court Hou», N£, last May. '(to. 
ten Walker of CurrttiiiA OMM^, 
a lawyer, WM nKmd eaM^BiNi 
secretary, 

• Pledges of prl»p(^|' w«w m|i 
Tuea^ far i, H. <tW«ker ^ Lsil- 
don Mdga and SMMod Twi^ (rf 
Kill DevTHUta, !f4f. v, 

Parker sa^ he wMMnI about 1| 
miles of beach fwmt »•» Pww'a 
Hill about six mUea iM»th of tta 
North Carolina Una. 

Crocker la ^preaJdent of Caf^ 
fbrp., wbtch he tald hotta 



ginia Travel Council and the Rich 
mond B«^ter Business Bureau, a 
member of the Convention and 
Trawl committee of the Richmond 
Chamber of Commerce and a mem- 
ber of the Public Relations and 
Travel Promotion committee of the 



Is the lower lobby which has been 
entirely revamped while the hotel 
vras closed. Tlxere has been the 
addition of an indoor-outdoor Foun- 
tain Room and a new deluxe meet- 
ing room named "The WlUialna- 
burg iBoom". The gift ^op. barbeir 

rontlBBed om 'f»m *) 




]itt«.<Giaf% 



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Advisor Named 
For Foundation 

Mrs. Lucile Clark of Virginia 
Beach has been appointed Eastern 
Virginia volunteer advisor on wom- 
en's' activities ^f The National 
Foundation^ it was announced to- 
■ day by Basil 

O^Conner, presi- 
dent of the or- 
ganization, f o r- 
merly The Na- 
tlonal Founda- 
tion for Infantile 
fhiralysls. 
■ As a voltaiteer 
working closely 
with w>men'8 
duta, organiaa- 
tlons and youth 
groups, Mrs. 
Clark will coop- 
erate witti local 
chaptere to help increase public 
awareness of The National Foun- 
ANIM% vigorous health program. 
She will stimulate wider volunteer 
partlcipatfoh In the organbntlon's 
gervli^ prog^ms of broadened 
patient aid and training for t^e 
heakh professions and help com- 
muAltles organise vaccine pro- 
grams to see that all-age citizens 
«re bKH!utated against i»ralytlef ^ 
polio, ^w will also try to IncreaM 
understndlng of comprehensive re- 
search efforts directed at the con- 
quest of. the three crippling dl- 
sea^a now urftler New March of 
Dimes attack— crippling birth de- 
fects, crippling arttirltls and ei4p> 
pllng polio, , 

One of her priiM^ ^J<Nrtive| 
will be to help orpinlse arid en- 
lai^ volunteer renks of the an- 
nual Mothere* Mareh which Is held 
m January. 

la addition to giving of her time 
In this position, Mrs. Oai^ has alw> 
been rtiairman of the Virginia 
B^ch-Piincess Anne Chafer of 
tlw Wrglnla Beach^Prlnceis Anne 
Chapter of the National Founda- 
tion for toirteen years, and has 
been actlre In many other civio ac- 
tivities. 

Mrs. Ctark Is the wife of Wallace 
T. Wh*. presicfettt of the Tlrginla 
Iteaeh Gas Corporation. Sie has 
two (touf^ters and seven ptuid- 
cklMnn. Mr*. Clark te a mm/m 
(4 tM Vlr^nla l^ach M^iodlst 
€%uit&. 




Sanitation aiperkitendent Richard Humphries puts iote scrvk» flie iww street cteaning 
(Carts that he (^signed and helped build is a do-it-^ui%li ^to^&A which will saw ni<»My and spare 
the nerves of taxpayers. 

White Wings Save JloneyJHthJbMe-MadeiiarbL 



The Virginia Bewh ^Ufe 
Works Department Im celebratlag 
faaaguratlon of quiet time ia Ms 
rtreet cleaning op<>i^tloaH with 
aew^ rabber-tlred collection re- 
ceptacles which were all bat 
hani-nade by Saattatio^ flapt. 
Richard Humphries. 

Works Dhwtor W<«a Pet^ 
aad City Maaagrr RbsmU Hirtfit* 
ett are vnthoslastle about tte 
savlBf^ in aoiae aad monef. 
They p<riBt to an atort dtiaenry 
»tA ta serrlc«^t»4he^BUlr atO- 
taA OB the city'ii part B^ldi 
CMibteed to fcriiv oUin to wbM 
■OHM re^teats coMlder^ ehaoa. 

Mom Mks«re apt to tliiak tliat 
streets are cleaMid a» a Matter 
of cwrse— or they'd b««er Imoir 
why set! 

Not SO. To tte ^pu«ne«t ui 
WMia tt Is aa official ^^ to ^ 
amoBipUiAed with carefsl coi- 
rideratloB ^ the t«qMiy«r aad 
^» pane. 

ratil a moBtt ^ io um Am 
c^tecttoi 6tts were hoagW 4rt « 



cost Of $te a piece. By the Ume 
they wore OBt, after Ave «r ids 
imrm of lieavy swirtre, the rtaa 
were dented t6 sach aa' exteat 
that qalet bBrghers complataied 
of the racket they made ii%eB 
the cleaaen traadM theai aiem 
the strert. 
The city Cathera are qatdt to 
take a htat. They coasldered the 
parehase ei ^raUer-tlred paah- 
wagoaa. Bat the price oa Asae 
WW Wm each. 

•^trtlNtfve," Ihejr sai4^ "ht^ 
see what we caa do om tfie apOI.* 

HaaiphHes 0>t oat hto diHt- 
yoaraelf thlaUBg oip aad came 
Bp with a plM aaaiher that 
coaui be made right here bur fm 
a cdpy. 

With a spot or two «l weM^I 
br the Fl^d T. Deary A Am» 
■achiae diop. a hit ^ tnet 
irteel mlOwork aad a hatch of 
Mwrow wheel* the proMeai mam 
aolved. 



traptloBs were ob daty aad fpitai- 
Ing the admlratioB of the ptt^ 
lie. 

"That HamphriM haa mved 
the people a lot <rf BH>a«|r 
through the yeara,% HMeheQ 
says, "by eoai^ ap wMi itealL 
to taclUtate the Job.** 

With the growhig toaiM 
trade, Pet^ expiataa, iM-Mreet 
paritlag is iaiprartk»] aad m a 
rrealt the street eleanlBg maat 
be done with hand cMfta, laatead 
of by MweeplBg machtaefl. 

"Thoae aiachinrs are treahle- 
aome to rmldeatis too," te mM, 
"let aloae the toartat iriM Jast 
doMwtt want his <«r to he both- 
er^" 

"Now," he griaaed. "Saperia- 
teadeat Hanph^s h^ H Hcked 
'•-«Bd these tmUm he dreaaied n 
wlU hut twtee as loag m the M 



Ai^ for **.^rvwaM«^«^ 



after Walker told thd _ 

"The time for talking is over. 
Now to the tinoe to mcwe." 

The group dh«ected m isierttfe 
committee to h^n m&fpKwHim 
proceedings In h«^ irtates. It di- 
rected that o»iriBitte«8 be fona|d 
to begin hnowiUat*^ to 
the cause b^bre h^way 
slong and legtelataiei of tl» tile 
states. 

p. Victor Meeklna of VtmOm^ 
ty„ N£. mada ^le moMee ta m 
corporate. 

I^e highway plan of the Ooaattl 
Boulevard Association is dIffiReit 
ttmok a toll road fto^rtim tnM 
mtmnA years ago. Tto oweMafl 
VumMq! was ttet aa stated d» 
BMi^y the fed^vl fowan ia aa ^ 
lA<wl4hA perswKbd to cattrtr«M 
a free road. 

Crocker said mc»t proper^ «wft« 
ers would he uMlling to ifeMM 
rights of way heoiMe ol the #> 
vek^mient advantoge to them, ft^ 
he added, the coastal boute^MU 
would be a boon to the states and 
to the cou««ry. • 

Virginia B^kA City Waa0s 
Russell Hatcbett toM the p<0«9 ^ 
proposed road vrauld be a aeeitle 
attraction of national Jat«««t eoA- 
paral^ to Skyline mift ted tti» 
Blue Ridge I^rkway. 

The executive commtttee alao 
was directed to solicit donathoi 
pledges from other prop«ty owo- 
ens. Executive Secr^ry Walk«- 
said he has talked to two abceBt^ 
owners. Who are oppOMd to the 
project. 

The association's fflcecuUve com- 
mittee 1.4 made up ctf repre^nM- 
tives from.eM;h <tf ttie eountlasMid 
cities affected. 

Sidney S. Kelkim, Virginia chair- 
man, said early la the meeting: 

"We in Virginia are greatly tt- 
terested In this road. We feel ttet 
it is almost a must. 

"One thing we all hxv to Ihct, 
however," be saW, " Yl^^nla bw 
8T»rtAlem. The state wUf havtr to 
spend from ^0 to t8& million fix- 
approach roads to the Chesap<^l» 
&iy hrid^tunnel. Under our ^M- 
ent syst^n of highway alkx^^l, 
tills will make It extr«fn»ty hM 
for many years to obtain any ttm- 
tional funds tor a beach b(^to- 
twrd.* ' 

&Keutlve cOTinnittce m^nlwrt, 
la Edition to KeUun. Meritim wbA 
WaBcer, are f'^ed fib^aVt at Vlr- 
giabi Beach, J. t^ Itar^j et Wti 
Devil Hills, NjC.. James 0. Dote 
of Prince Anne Qmnty, aad H. 
E. Bishop of Currlfudt OwnQr. 

DANOMQ p.4wnr 

Mies Kitty BMter. dat^^ st 
Mr. ai^ Wrs. n. Gj Boah» df 
Birdneck Pdnt aM MtM Oirtatt^ 
ReyiMl*. <M«0Mlr (4 Dr. «d MHt 

c^w^ R. i^vmmt <a 

Am» mm, In^tod I» 
gvMto to ttia taibiMl 
jArtf th^ (na §a 




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Virginia Be«:h SUN-NEWS 
Thursday, March 23, 1961 



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^m^i6kyixm^ 




JaimiEOixanni 



Mr. M« Ml*. J. Whltoey Vines 
anneuiKe the nianiage of their 
da^ititer, Vim Nancy Mae Vines, 
to Jmm9 Fttnklin Wxon Ifl. 

1^. IHjmn Is Ut* non of Mr. and 
Mn. Jamea Franklin EMxon Jr. ut, 
Princess Anne Coun^. 

^e ftM-mnony too^ place F»b. 
^ It ioMlh MIQs^ NJC. 



Qit^edTo 
Mr. WoUgNiiiitii 

Mr. and Mrv. WliUam liay Htf' 

ron announce the enfagenent <^ 

her daughter, Miss Patricia Jen- 

mags Davis, to U. (J.g.) William 

Smnedy MA^lgemuth, OBiei. 

JU. Wohlfemuth Is the ton of 
Mr. aad Mra. &Mrgi fHVB^ Woh- 
<^ il^Dute of Baltimore, HO, 

'the wading will take place May 
27 at the CincTantfleet Base Chapel 
In Norfolk. 

Miss Davis la a graduate i^ Hop- 
folk Catholic High School and is a 
ni«nber of Alpha Xi Chapter of 
E^ilon Signui Alpha, internaiionai 
sorority. She is employed by Weet- 
inghouW Credit CoiTp. 

lA. Wohlgemuth Is a jptidoBte 
of Loyola H^h School aad Loy^a 
College in Baltimore. 



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oc»Dck rm^ Mist >Mm« 
SU«keth Riddle* becwne th« 
lartde of WiUlam Gilmer turk. 

The Rev. Watter Stockfcurfef. 
heard the ni^tiat pledges at Tw 
ity Baptist Church. 
" Miss RWdick. daughter of Mr. ft 
Mr«. JoMph Norman Rfddick. was 

SIven in marriage by her father, 
he wore a light blue suit with 
white chiffon blouse. Her hat was 
wMte and her accessories patettt 
leather. Her weddit^ flower was 
an orchid. 

Miss Joyce Crisp irttendal tte 
bride, and David Holmes of CXm-- 
lone, N.C attended the brMte- 
groom, son of ^t. aT»d Mrs. Thom- 
as Rus^U ^rk of Virginia Beach. 
The couple left for a short wed- 
ding trip foU^ving the rei^ptton 
at t)w Riddl(A hcmie <m C^^- 
peaks Bouievaiti. Thsy will mik« 
their h<Hne at IBOl NoiNVty PUn». 

Beverley Hams 
J«Ms£.(iDft?n 

•Mrs. Winiams Madfcwm Harrlt 
announces the engagement of her 
daughter, Georgianna Beverley, to 
James Edwin Cau9ey Davis, gon erf 
Mr. and Mrs. James Edwin Clayton 
Davis oi Lynnhaven. 

Miss Harris, formerly of Ports- 
mouth and now of Richmond, Was 
graduated from the College of Wit- 
Ham and Mary in WlUlasosbutg. 

Mr. Davis was ipwhiated nx>m 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and 
attended the TlKoiogical School ot 
Drew University. 

A summer wedding is ptar^ied. 

■ ' '■' I ' ■ 

Lmvcheon Fetes 
JMbisBob^Wiistti 

Twenty guests attended a lunch- 
eon last lliursday afternpon given 
by Mrs. Gatther Newman of Ivy 
Drive In honor of Mrs. Robert D. 
Wilson. .Mrs. Wilson was recently 
named First ClUxen of Virginia 
Beach. 

The luncheon was held at the 
cape Colony "Club. 



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BIRTHS 

Mr. md Mrs. Offiwrt Im Sl^th 
of Lynnhaven antKiunce ttiie' birth 
of -«Wr fourti emi, mkd mm, 
D^tey Allan, on Pfc, 2f at »»r- 
1|^ General ItM^tal, )to^. Smith 
to the ftoner .Mte MyrtM Bro«^- 
ton, «l«^prter af Mr. and Mrs. H. 
H, Aroughton of MorfcUi. Mr, 
flmltti Is the 8^ of Mrs. Mat? 
SiMlith of I^MhMTM ana Uk late 
QiMbMt W. Smith. 



•Mr. and Mrs. Car^ N. Rfcrore of 
Virginia Beach anapuiMe the birth 
ef tlwlr aeeend child, flrvt daugh- 
ter, Twrea* Lynn, on March 9 at 
NuifiMi Qemrtl H<^U1. tfrs. 
Modrt A tM l^n^ maf Jtan 
Brown, da«i^tit itf Mr. and Mn. 
JosejA C. Breim, lln lioBrt la the 
son ef }ir. and llnl. V^rSott A. 
Moore. 



Tweed 

iot Town or Country 



Our Barney 
silks are 
just right for 
the busy 
commuter. 

In miniature 
%hlwei|ht wool plaid.^9^^ 

"/w- m Woman Wh dm WUt SheWmrs' 



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Mr. Mk Mm Jneph t;. fLmge, 
ma iSttm Keck Aoad, ^r|^ia 

D8 RAUL HOSPrrAl* 

air. asri Mrs. Cniarto H. Melton, 
665? I^fginta Beach Blvd.; girl. 

mt tMAWti James £ Wood Jr.. 
P.O. Box lia, LynnhavHi; hoy. 

Mr. and jars. Kenneth W. Young, 
Rt. 1, Box 2J5 Jefferson Rd., Bay 
Bide; girl. 

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Cox, ^^ 
nnew»od Drivs^ Vir^nla Beach; 
boy. 

.Mr. and Mrs. DonaW T- Fantone, 
208 Bayberry St., Virglaia Beach; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ja<at H; #o>wmU, 
101 Cartiinal Rd.. Virginia Beach; 
girl. 

BiORFO^ GENKRAL HOHPITAL 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Haslelud, 
6008 Gafney St.. Bay side! girl. 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Belts, 
906 Atlantic Ave., Virginia Beadi; 
girl. 

air. ind Mrs. James P. Woodard, 
ri«-SMh Stn Vli^nla Beach; boy. 

Mr. and Mrs. WUliam R. Zorn. 
4030 Decator Drive, Virginia Beach; 
girl. 

Mr. and Mrs. Alt>ert W. Forslev, 
0100 Lampi Ave., Lynnhaven; girl. 

Mr. and Mrs. Barry C. Nelms, 
1609 Lee Ave., Bayside; girl. 

Mr. i^nd Mrs. Arthur Johnson, 
London Brieve; boy. 

Mr. and Urn. Robert Ward, Rt. 
2. B<a 63, London Bridge; boy. 

Mr. and Mra. Richard W. Jones, 
III, Jtt.^, B», 234v Lynnhaven; 
boy. 

iMr. anil Mrs. Charles L. Smith 
Jr., Rt. 2, Ba^t Lynnhaven Shores 
Qrcle; b<^. \ 

Mr. and J*rs. George G. Clark, 
645 Segemafei^ Rd., Va. Beach; girl. 

Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. T. E^erton, 
Rt. 1, Box Bl, London Bridge; girl. 

Mr. and Mra. Carl N. ."iloore, 137 
Victoria Drive, Virginia Beach; 
girl. 

PrnVHI. NAVAL UOBPITAL 

air. and Mrs. ayde .M. JESIliott. 
6306 Atlantic Ave., Virginia Beach; 
girl. 

Mr. and Mrs, Thomas L. Towel-, 
2<3a Crtafleld Rd., Lynnhaven; boy. 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Werta. 
Davisvllle. Lot 80, Virginia Beach; 
boy. 

Mr. and Mrs. M. H#ley, Jr., 1440 
Aragona Blvd.; girl. 

'Mr. and .Mrs. Adam W. Rels, 
TSSS Arafona Circle; girl. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. McCoy. 
PjO. Box 321, Ooeana; boy. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hennan DIckerson, 
M8 Apt. A. Fort Stoiy; boy. 

Mr. and Mrs. Franris J. Johnaon, 
8104 Holland Swamp Rd., boy. 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Conlln, 
TXa 8lBt St., Va. Beach; girl. 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene U Meyw, 
US Stephen Lane, Va. Beach; boy. 

air. and Mrs. Alvin W. Lee. Box 
IST-G, ^yside; boy. 
. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Huffman, 
406J 2'fth St., Va. Beach; boy. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Cromer, 

105 Belhaven Dr., Lynnhaven; girl. 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Bortle, 

307 leth St., Virginia Beach; girl. 

Mr, & Mrs. Moses W. W. Burke, 
404a-l Bt. 6^, Va. Beach; boy. 

iir. and Mrs. Henry Glasper Jr., 
40te Rt. 633, Oceat»; boy. 

Mr. and Mrs. Itobert J. Renyer, 
110 I^vls Way. Va, Beach; girl. 

Mr. and Mrs. Roiaid G. Butt, 
1807 Pacific ave.. Va. B«ch; boy. 

Mr. and Mra. George F. Kohler, 

106 Breezy Rd., Va. ^ach, boy. 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. McKenzie, 

292 <^p^1b Ave., Lynnhaven; girl. 

^IRCIfHlA BBACH HOSPITAL 

March 15— ^Mr. It Hm. Robeit 
CeuUliard, 61o 3i«t St., Va. Beach; 
girl. 

.March lo— 'Mr. & .Mrs. Jimmie 
Beard. Triangle Teller Court, Lot 
8, Va. Beach; boy. 

iMarch lo— Mr. & Mrs. Harold 



BBtfy jean Jones 

fe Marry 

Sat C. W. Thomas 




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.'Mr. and M*b. Tllman W. .^les^ 
announce the engf^ment of ttielr 
daughter. M\m Betty Jean Jones, 
to ^, Cwll Wayne Thomas, USA, 
of Ft. Story. 

He is the son of the late Mr. awl 
Mrt. 1^^lIie Carson Hiomas of 
©Wenrtioro. N.C. 

"Ut^ Jones 1h a gi^urte of 
WMy High School ahd attended 
T*llley BartMT College. She U the 
proprietor of Artistic ^rt»r SlM)p 
at Vlrfhiia Beach. 

fl^ Thomas graduated . f r o m 
Jdbn Nichols &hool In O^ord. 

"We wedding will take plice 

^MseMte has called Savings 
Bonds "money with your name on 
«," BtA a ^vtni^ ioM la tetter 

mm Tii^^ -H py» p» iMHi to- 

terert «nd if It's loat, MMa or de- 
stroy «t the iYeabUfy "reirtacw it 



Or«jt PoMara N*. »5I— roMf fi>- 
ww fcte 4 4»\Um mtmp-itmA iMt pmkf 
fhrnf. AM fito fMlw« an^ R MHf o ^ 
mr^hmn. N«. 3131 comt in ffxat 2, 4. 
6, 9, 10. Si— 4 i«km$ 2% ymi* ti 35.iiick 
fobrfe tv Mm diwi and t |wnl »-Mk 
imr Mm fodnl. 

Nm^NmMM* PoMwn No aS2. feu w<N 
fM IftsM immM deinfjr doilia* obovl <ka 
•eticr of tmf pinm^pk ^M<gn. AN IfcnM 
in pa»»m No. 8S2. 

S*iid 33e fof ooch tlm$ ptUtn, 25e 
for madt nMdiowoflc poftarn loM lOc for 
•ock pah^rn for tint claw OTOtling) to 
AUOar lANi WMAU, Iw 1490, New 
rorfc L Nam fotk. 



Personal Mention 



•Jfr. iwH^^^u^Mftt^mmif and 
tlitir cMldren 8\HMi i^ Dick, of 
lyachburi, spent laA weekend 
Visiting .Mr. 8cho«*''8 fcrother-ir^ 
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jamaa 
M Jordan M at tMOr borne in tm 
Colony, 

Mrs. A. L. Grlnw^ is spending 
sevei^l weeics wUh her brother & 
sl*ler'bi-]«w, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 
S. Leard at their fiome in St. Pe- 
tersburg, Fta. 

air. aiid Mrs. Peter O. Miller 
h»y9 returned to tteir home on 
Llifthorn Drive tS%er uenjttM «lx 
««elis at Del Itey Beach, Fbt. 



Mrs. Reid Di^ea of Jacfe«ui«Ble, 
Fla., is visiting her aon^a^anr ^d 
Muster. Mr. «fid Mrs. W^m 
Jorcten Ftnt^ at their hoiM on 
5®th St. 



Mr. and Mm. Oeorife k. Pew«ll, 
Jr.., spent last wtetmad at The 
Ctoirtani art Sea Island. G«. 



A. E. Wharton, who r«rtdtB cm 
81 St St., will leave this wv^iiriMl 
to visit his brotbM'i C. Blshwd 
Wharton at hia btmie ta Or««M- 
boro, N.C. 



Mrs. W. W. tlmn^pam his left 
to visit ber son-in-tew and dau^- 
tM; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamta W. 
tKdiby at M<C«an. Va. 

Allan Ooimeil. a stwlent at VMI. 
will spend his B|Hring holiday irt 
Winter Haven. Fla. 



Mr. and Mrs. James M. Jordan 
Jr. wil return today to their Bay 
Colony home after spmrflng sever- 
al days in New York. 

'Mr. and Mrs. F. V^tther Oariocfc 
are spending several weeks at Del 
Ray Beach. Fla. 



Mrs. WilUam L. Gllittm Ir.. wiU 
return today after spending several 
days visiting her parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. James M. Haygood at thefir 
home in Charleston, S.C. 



iMrs. James A. Smith Jr., has re- 
turned to her home In Richmond 
after spending several days with 
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. 
and Mrs. T. N. P. Johnson at their 
home on 63rd St. r 



James M. Jordan IV and J. Peter 
BoUand IV. studeiE^ at St. Aita'a 



School to «rMklattdvlMt. Md^, wW 
IM-Hve iKtuKlay to ^Mnd their 
l^ing liOlday Wtth their parents, 

T ■ ■ 

Mrs- %■ THhiin Thompaon re* 
cMrily Mturhed to Imt home M 
wm AAttnUc Ave., irfter visiting 
Dr. and Mra, E. Campben "Thomp- 
son In larchntonA, N.T., Mr. and 
Mrs. Paul S. Carter to Montclalr, 
NJ., and itt, ^Ml Mn. Jtsmt R. 
Reynohte In WenhsHa* 



Better Wti» of C^mSx^gt, 
umm, wm ^ ditot mm of Mr. 
and Ita. O, CWMd mm U tt*lr 
home on (3rd St 



Mrs. W. 1. JorilMi «M Mr*. A, C. 
Wood are spemt!^ sff^nuaiyt. in 
New Yoi*. 



Mr. Utf Mrs, Mvit ^wmuey 
have recently returned to their 
home In iUeaandriib after vialtlng^ 
Mrs. Bween^'s br«ther-ln-l«w and 
sister, Itoar Adm. and Mfa. FratA 
Newton la tey Oeiony. 

Mrs. S^rard Laritt Jr. toA her 
two cbildrui lk|vt n^mmaA to 
thehr hoa» IB JUolMMri after 
vtatttng htt mmc^m, Ife. md Mrs. 
Cfaartea H. HlBi^ttR M tteir boom 
(n Alaaton, 



John ^Us, a student at F^wntain 
Valley School, OotavdO Spring*, 
Colo., it sptnittBg Ha two wa^ 
sprti^t vacatkMi wttb iKa parents, 
Mr. and Un, WtUten mu at tlwta- 
on 72nd Street. 



ilrs. IMmaiid H. Johnson and 
her d8U|^ter-4n-law, Mrs. Edmond 
H. JolHMton Jr., and hm two chil- 
dren have ra^ntly returned to 
Utelr home on Holly Road after 
two weeks m ¥%, Lautteidate, f%. 



Cadet Clyde Thotnaa HelecMBbe 
of Hargrave Military Academy, 
Chatham. Va., arrives todly to 
spend the spring vacation with hli 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. SterHng B. 
Hoicomhe, at U^ir b<»ne, 206 N. 
Bay ab&rt Drive. 

•Mr. and Mrs. Cuitla Miller oi 
Princess Anne are hamy over b«- 
ing grandparents apm. Their 
daughter, Mrs. M. F. Kosiaskl, Sr., 
and her husband are the proud 
possessors of a third dtlld — and 
first boy— Mickey, bom March 3 in 
SyraciKe. N.Y. 

Mrs. Kosiaskl is the former Mar- 
garet Aim MiUer. 



E^hSiiedenr 
Engaged To fliarry 



Mr. and Mrs* W^alter^jwe rtt- 
^r^^ anteunM th« aqp^ement (4 
their niitm, Sflk £dWt Snedegar, 
to Ntrick Lewk C^uagy. 

Mr. Causey is the son of Mr. ft 
Mrs, L^wis Causey of Chpesapeake 
Beach, Bay^de. 

Miss Snedepr Is a graduate of 



of tha faoilty of Lairyawra SAotfl 
la IM^lk, «• fc MHiMt at ^ 
M^M ^riMwpal t&^ la N^ 

folk. - # 

ttr. ^WHf attM«kd VUllrt* 
fiolvteainie Mrtm^ In BMekiMUML 
and mtvM a tow af dW^ wW tt* 
UnM fStsMs Anny. Hi to • «•«»• 
ter «rf the faculty of »»»«»*«*' 
fclMiol. PriiK^sa Anm^tMia^ 

nd weditog wlU um fhi*j 
April 8 at «. ^iA«n'a 
ChvM^h. 



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OfEN MC»a)AY and FRIDAY TIL 9 tM. 




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Our 77th Easter 







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Fine ihoes of a featter, fl«*iM tcfelha- ... and * veiy ^^M ^irf th« are! We think there*s no c^UMtoi't 
shoe better mMie tiian Stride RM ... aad npb^ fite it te^ tlUM we do, ri^ tee. We're mtif with mxa^ 
of styles, 300 Bwss, aad yean erf KipeA«« . . . Ob^ dMttw's Ab^ «^f*toi» mA |^fe Yow^Wu 
will love the way Stritfc Rites look . . . yWB tike ti» way tfwy ww. Wc^ swe yin% ttlte ob* i^me« too. 




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MiiigUipi 

9^ Co, In I ^edtol rail-off to b*. 
eoiiM tht thtro round Champlona. 
"Akii win aatoinvUcally gives the 
IttMMc«Mn a berth in the fituilfl 
A>r ^» }m^gat cMmiplonshflp. The 
^^<^^iODe4ntn piined the tie In 
tte Mu* n^t of acttoti by downing 
Stat. BiMt of C^nnoi. four potntA 
iMte amttMCeeM diwp^Md four to 
ft. BMdi lieria* fialaiu 

1TN» 1m( nl^ « ttM ^ird tmoA 
tim te<ou^ forth a turn aiagi* 
|taM nKw4 by Dick DicketM of 
Bindta' Inlooda. Dick . toaaed a 
mmh4 MB fnnt ^ eraaae the pre- 
^mmx^miofU* h»kl iqr warren 
HttadMNT. 

MmI 9bM llMii« ataadtai* 

WonliOat 

1. foiUli^eene* 

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a, Bafmar Sealooda ,. 

A. 1^ Mh^ Saks . 

«. flolt ^ick ....... 

f . Wirmtnam 'SOO* .... 

8. Slat. $mk <tf Cwnm. 
•.PA.TWII Ott ..... 

tll.OMtea Motor Oo. . 
*T l#j fiprf th'Keene winner of roll- 
eft. 

TOP TBN 
iDtek Wdsena AM 

{.9M1 BowiWr «7 
. Rtnnan (^t»ey Si7 

4. Don ScfeMftr 8S3 

i.]t«i|di Ctrkio . BBO 

e.il^ ateballM em 

idterUa Ca^oMui 6tt 
i><at« Hoffe m» 

9. Maury Pntaf e «^ 

10. Wamn HluwlMwr Sat 



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in Virginia Beach will be 
able to take care of you. 
information call the 
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M^liV, MtaPA IS 

MateMc #BBlon 

Jim t^lppen led hU team to a 
4 point vmsry over the Ftouf 
Ace« with a *KS set. CtMMJhea toanj 
was led bjr Tom Trelchler. He 
started offwfth a red Iwt Ml 

ime. The boy» were doing bobmi 
ine bowling a^ln today. 

Mreuea A PMIoeaMa Leagw 

Lynnhaven Contt. W4Mi 3 polnta 
over KraiMs Con«pt. 

Davis Ctorner won 3 pta, ovme 
Court House Service Center. 

f X).P. won 3 pts. oi«r Blackw* 
lat No. 1. 

lllacltwater No. 2 won by forfeit. 

C. r. K*<ki« C. won 4 pts. over 
ClUea Sarvica «1 Co. 

Pioneer iOiNd La^pw 

Southern Materiak won 4 pta. 
over Nixon Elertrlc. 

Carter Contracting won 3 points 
over Ellyson Atlantic. 

Al^ Sheet Metal won 3 pta. ^Over 
Lucky Strikes. 

Organs won 3 pta. over TiMnac 
Conirt ruction. 

Va. Gift Shop wmi 3 p««. over 
BreokR Shorter. 

Jeff ^Uyson ww h^ with a SM 
get and a 2^ game. 

TMfldar. MotA 14 

PlateUteaga« 

Tteam No. 5 won 3 pta. over Gold- 
en Dragon. 

9le1r Masonry won 4 polnta over 
Met^ttui Pwitiae. 

Clark Chevrolet won 4 pta. dver 
Bums Sinclair. 

aport Service Shop won 3 points 
Kelly Supply. 



AMfona nimtmrny tied VUl^ie 
Fnn. 



^rr's Phannacy won 4 pU. ever 
Oceana B^uty Shop^, 

Ocaana Cui% Mat^M won 3 pte. 
over Ifarle'a Hair »yllng. 

B«aoh Travel Sei-vlce won 3 pts. 
over Allstate Const. 

Atlantic Fufl Oil tied Denton's 
GIfta. 

Hokum Bread Ufed D. E.Bonney 

Co. . 
Doris Salnwmi was high with a 

MO set. 



HAM. OeeBM OvUlan Leagw 

ThomqwoB'a Amooo won 4 poinu 
over Isle of Capri. ' 

Phantonw won 3 points over 
Dmeiui. 

Sprays won 3 pts. over DUbert 

tMkats won 3 pta. owt Cnisad* 
tri* ■ 
Jeta won 3 polnta over Be-U>. 
Corsairs won 3 polnta over Bill's 

IkMOO). 



fhandaf • Mardi iS 

O^flM Of^an Wlvea 

Tynes^littebuMt won 4 points 
over Bay IslaisS. < 

Coadiea won 4 pcrfnta over Qiva- 
ller Oamge. 

ai»t St. Clwnera won 3 polnta 
over Frldley's. 

Monk's Araooo won 4 irta. oi»^ 
BeM^ Travel Service. 

I ' I. < 

Ban * Ckata MBxeA iMgw 

Krause Team w<m 4 polnta over 
Brockman Team. 

Awundfwn Team won 3 pts. ov#r 
Trelciiler Team. 

Kadas Team won 8 polnta over 
Johnson Team. 

SiaUvascl Team tied Burg^y 
Team. 

Ambum Team tied Doyle Team. 

Bernard Team won 3 pta. over 
Holder Team. 

Lorraine Amundson did her 
usual good bowling tonight, she 
had a ^ set. 



Keeping Pith foddfs ff^ortd 




MuiWMWiag 

school chiUren 



Wedandajr. Mardi 18 

PrtaeeiM Aaae Li^lea' 

Erwlns Team won 3 points over 
^)eed Wash. 

Isle of Capri mm 3 polnU over 
Lattimer l^anb 

Mesimer Team won 3 polnta over 
Orimstead's Market. 



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Thanday N^t Ladtea 
The Uve Wirea won 4 ^. ovar 

The GusEzlers. 

Clarfe Chevrolet won 3 pta. over 
Kelly's Texaco, 

Ladles Nikht Oiri Laagro 

Beauty Box won 3 points over 
Krauss Const. Oo. 

Leading Beauty won 4^^lr#ver 
Beach Blvd. Market. 

Team No. 6 won 4 points over 
Ingram Pharmacy. 

Buth Mevers was high with a 
502 set 

PrlBimM Aaae Sabwrtaa 

Alley Cats tied Hotpolnts. 

Admiralty Motel won 4 pts. over 
Aere{M. 

Kxxrics Builders won 3 {rta. ov«r 
Anchor Realty. 

Beach Travel Service won 4 pts, 
over Grumman Tigers. 

T.Square8 tied Mary Jane Bread. 
Friday, Marcb 17 

Plsdwatem fjadles' IjeagM 

Wncurlera won 3 pts. over Pin- 
«plnners. 

^lo-Qails woji 3 points over Al- 
ley Cats. 

Gay Blades tied May-Days. 
Friday Nl|^t Mixed Le^pie 

Woodefa^ipen! won 4 pts. over 
Ciminero "nNun. 

Team No. 4 won' 3 points over 
T«»m No. 14. 

Oi^ana Drugs won 3 points over 
Ten-l«aiobile Homes. 

Allstate Ins. Co. mm | fAf. «A^r 
Team !te. 18. , , - «* * 

EmRhae Moters taee 9*f*s,4i«r 
Maibon> Motor Co. 

Beasley's Atlantic won 4 points 
over Team No. 11. 

l.>ang}»me Ins. won 4 pta. over 
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Thli .urtl be a short but ! hope 
a very liM«<#stli^ article, particul- 
arly so if you are at all curious m 
to foar oitegory in a minimum 
rauacular fitness, 
t^t. 

First I vn>uli 
like to show yoi 
tt»e flgtjrta 
a report thai 
shocked 
President. 

Oar Ch 
Minimum muscu 
lar fltn««« repot! 
for ages S-10 yw 
showed thai 
57^% of U. 8, 
children failed. 
Only 8.7% of 
European public 
failed. 

Oar YoBth— Of 3.7 mlHlon men 
under ^ examined by Armed 
Forces for draft, 1.7 million were 
rejected as j^ysically unfit for 
fighting. 

F<# our great nation to remato 
powerful, the people must main- 
tain" their health and vigor. Many 
Americans today get very little ex- 
ercise. As a result their strength 
and flexibility are slipping to a 
tengerous level. This in turn en- 
dangers their health and vitality 
of the entire country. 

The Kraus-Weber Tert fbr ages 
6 years and up checks your min- 
imum muscular fltneg.s. Try the^ 
tests of flexUrflity and strength 
agalnM your own weight and my. 

No warm-up—No shoes. 

Me. 1-iStoaiaeli aad Lower BMk 
Teat -; 'Lay flat on the floor on 
yoinr back, hands behind your neck, 
Itave someone hold your feet. Now 
wltbmtt bending your knees raiae 
to a slttliw poaltion. 

No. »-AmaaiAi Jtat ^ Li^ist 
S^ on your bacP on the &»r 
draw 3«»ur le^ up so that, your 
heels are a foot frdm your but- 
tocks. Hands behind your aeck. 
Have someone hold your Awt and 
th«i raise up to a sitting potion. 

No. S— Momack and Low^ BadE 
Test— Again flat on your back mi 
the floor. Hands behind your neck. 
Keeping your le^ stiff, raise your 
feet off the floor about 10 inches 
and hold for a perkxi of ten sec- 
onds. 

No. 4-47pper Back Maade, tftlt 
—On the floor flat on your stom- 
ach with piltow under your ston^ 

Sth Rebel 300 
Te Run May 6 
At Darlington 

Many VlrgUila Beach and Prin- 
ceas Anne racing enthusiasts plan 
to attend OvUngton Saca^y'a 
fifth annual (Rebel 300-A)ile meiA- 
orial racing classic May 0. It is 
the only convertible Gnwd Natl<m- 
al auto race in the nation. 

Sob Colvin, Darlington's general 
manager, announces that the punre 
will this year reach ^0,000. The 
first Rebel MO. In 1^7, jwid 
$20,000. 

Aithou^ NASCAR discarded the 
convertible division last year, the 
Tlebel 300 will score driver's points 
In the Grand National division that 
deeded the national stock (sr 
champion. 

Covin also stated the field for 
the flfith of the annual Confeder- 
ate Memorial Day classics would 
be limited to thirty or thirty-three 
<^rs. 

'iNot only will be Betoel^ 300 
field be reduced," Oolvln said, "but 
80 wUI the Southern 500 field on 
lAbor Day. Daytona, in February, 
proved to us all that the present 
racing stock era is too fast to «^ 
commodate the large fields of for- 
mer years." 

Last year's Rebel »» field had 
32 starters. Joe Weatherly, driving 
a Ford, won the race after two 
starts, eight days ajwrt. caused by 
a torrential downpour after the 
first start. 

Ford won three of the four past 
Confederate Memorial Day classics. 



aeh UA tamda baWnd ^ur neck. 
Now haw a«ne one hold your but- 
tocdca with one band imd with the 
other hand hold your ankle*. Rai.^e 
head, chest and atooul^rs off the 
floor and hold 10 aecoMa. 

Ho. »— Lower Back Teat— On the 
ftoor with your face (town and a 
pillow again under your »ton»«:h. 
Hands under yotat fa^. Have some- 
one hold you, <me hand on opper 
portion of the back and the other 
hand on lower |»rt. Now keeping 
your legs stiff, lift up l^s and 
how for ten aeeyn^. 

No. 6 -^ ntmmj of WmA aad 
Ham String Maaele«--iF'eet tt^tti- 
er, knees stral|^t, lean over atow- 
ly and try to touch floor. Hold for 
tea seconds. (Don't bounee.) 
tent Too ttvd 

If you fall any one of OwM tests 
you are getting soft 

Keeping fit is not hard a«< you 
might think. It doesn't have to be 
a Big Project and you don't have 
to turn your life ui^tide down. You 
simply have to develop, gradually, 
a few good habits of llvlnNg. Habits 
of eating and sleeping, working 
and playing. You may not have to 
give up your bad habits. You n^ay 
find, in fact, that you |^t more 
fun from them when they. are off- 
set, a little.,by good habits In other 
areas. And one thing is certain: 
you'll get more fun out of life in 
general when you feel and look 
your be<rt. ^ 



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Mixed DoB^a Leagae 

Nutri'Blo set the all-time record 
of team scores for this league this 
week. In their first gam* they 
rolled a ^4 In a 2H5 to take^ 3i 
points fnan the Four D's. 

In their second match, a make- 
up, the NutriiBio fbiu- rolled a 
752-750-7» for a 2231 set taking 
4 points frcmt the IWlsmd team. 
Individual scores for this match 
set a few records, too. Jackie B^nk 
rolled a 185-o%, Fran 0*Hop set a 
nice 204-52S, while husband Joe 
O'Hop bowled a 224^78 and Al 
Hammet led the Nutri->Bio with a 
215-506. Lee Rude was high for the 
losing team with a 146 average and 
bowled a 197-524. 

Bus Middleton, with a l»«nd new 
ball, rolled a ^2^73 aet to l«id 
Chapman's Auto Upbolatary to a 
31 victory over the Gismoa. 

Mama and Papa Bolton of the 
Flintstones taught Baby Boltons of 
the Four Aoes how to bowl by win- 
ning 4 points from the youngsters. 

The Optimists took four from the 
Foursome \vith John Hader being 
hl^ for both teants with a 191-540 
series. 

Nancy Sawyer of T. C. Sawyer 
Fuel OH and Bus Middl«ton for 
Chapmans wefe hi^ for the evef 
ning ami were prci^gled wUh a 
Pizza Pie compillmwits of "Fred^ 
dies'. 

W^ * Gaaiea 

Nutri Bto Zm 

Al's Sheet Metal 20«) 

The Alley Cats 1076 

MEN 

Ricky Ricdo 668 

J!roy I^vls .034 

J<rtjn Rader * . . .814 

LADIBS 

Joyce Rodgers 540 

Jackie Fii* 1532 

Fran 0*H<^ 6^ 

HIGH 1 GAME 

NutrioBk) ; 7»4 

Al's Sheet Metal . , 727 

The Strikers 703 

MEN 

Ricky Riccto 253 

Bob Hamlll .t842 

Troy Davto S30 

s \ LADIBS 

Joyce lUx^rs 236 

Anne Wlce 210 

Arlene Tirampaon 210 

rmAM 8TANDIN08 

Tlie Last Four 29 11 

Nutrlo^Blo %i 11| 

Al's Sheet MeUl 27 13 

The Flintstones 244 Ifii 

The Four Aces .24 16 

The C^timirts 23 17 

Talis End 23 17 

The Four D's 20| ISi 

The Pin Pointers 23 38 

The Alley Cats 2Z 18 

T. C. Sawyer Fuel Oil . . 22 18 

' Courthouse Rest 20| 18| 

The Real McCoys 21 19 

Chapman's Auto Uphol. 20| 191 

Giamos . . , iOJ 20| 

Unknown^ t . . 'lO 21 

The Easy Marks 17 19 

Lads and LawlM aS M 

V Name Its IS 28 

Hie Untouchables .... 16 i6 

The Strikers 13 33 

The Foureome 13 27 

The Pessimists 13 27 

Sad Sadu 7 38 

Mfl^NE^AT NITB 
Teacher's BowUiq; Leagaa 

Kempsvlile Jr. High won 3 pta. 
over Aragona H. 

John B. De^ won ._ 

Aragcma I wohlTpXil. ovw Adi; 
B. Dey. 
Keraj^lHe H tied Llnkhom Pai*. 

Thoroughgood won 3 pts. over 
Thalia. 

Lee L*nd had hi|^ wn»« ^ 1*1. 



P. A. Bl^ Hrheol Leitfae 

Fred Bolea f^uld be congratu- 
lated for his effart and their 
league members for the spirit 
shown as The Princess Ann^ High 
B c h o o 1 boys became the fUwt 
league to obtain their sanction. 
Nice going fellows. Speaking of 
PAHS boy.s, Fred has Informed m 
tliat he is striving to organize an 
ASBC Traveling League. • With 
Bavfllde Bowl leading the way, it 
|g " hoped that Falrlanefi. Plara, 
Bowl and Thunderbird will follow 
suit.' 

Fred h<q»es to have two section, 
wie for the Juniors (13 to 15) and 
one for Uie Simlors (16 to 18). Let's, 
pitch in and help Mr. Soles with 
thia worthwhile project. 

Oar Gang Mixed Leagae 

Flamingo Restaurant retained 
first place in this Tuesday night 
mixed league by a three-point vic- 
tory over ^nset Restaurant. John 
Lumpkin led the way with a nice 
4^ set and Lee Morgan helped out 
with a ICT, 426 set. Claude Dickens 
was the big gun for the tosers. 

The Hot Shots kept close on the 
heels of the Flamingo five by 
sweeping tour poinfe from the 
Jolly lepers. Bob Hayes l«i the 
way m this one with 46.'). The Jolly 
Rogers were not so jolly In this 
match but Bud Henderson tried 
his best to salvage the lasrt. fpme 
shooting a fine 1^. The Wood- 
choppers shot a nice 738 in win- 
ning the final g^ime of the match 
with Shore Drive In Theatre. Neal 
Overmire was the big gun in this 
match with a 514. Aniw Wheelock 
was best for the girls. Her 438 set 
enabled a three-point win in this 
match. The Jokers started off big 
on Tuesday shooting a 710 in tak- 
ing the first game but they ran 
out of ^s and dropped the final 
games as well a."* total pinfall. 
Frank Tressler was the hottest 
bwvler in this one. 

Bayside Small Pry 

The "Blue Angels" held on to 
their sljm fir.« place lead by 
sweeping 3 • points from No. 5. 
Gerald Caldwell and Michael 
Hampton ended up with 185 each. 
Bayside bowiers ,«!tayed on the 
heels of the Angels by smashing 
the Vikings for 3 big points. Jessie 
Mc©ougald shot a fine 239 in Oiis 
match. Even thou^ Faye Taylor 
had a hot ^5 her Phantoms lost 
three points to Feminine Totuch. 
Ewslyn Petree shot 216 in a loslitg 
' I 1. ' ' , ' "— — - ' ' — 

for Aragona I; and R. Caasell rolled 
high set ^0 for Kempsvlile 11. 

Wedaeaday Nite Mea's 

■Don Wliffilow, high- game, MO. 
Team Hii^l^ts: 

Ansell Homes 2«« 

John Aragona Enterprises .2^7 
Edwards Heiathig & Guttering KBO 

Sarah Coventry 3^2 

V.F.W. Post No. 3160 2200 

The oonstont determination of 
our young Junior Bowlers are real- 
ly fM^vig off.Ttrte we^ war VM* 
are off to young 14-year-old Bob 
Zaluski, who rolled a pln-tumbllng 
199, tor a grand sertes of 482. 
Young Bob only started with us, 
with a 111 game, but has been so 
diligent in learning that now his 
scores can equal many of our Sen- 
tor Bowlers. ^ 

With glory going around, l«w 
certainly <sin not overH»k.our Calr 
young ^rl bowlers. This week our 
Joan Kiifer, now only 9 yeara old. 
showed much potentiality tor a 
very good bowler, when she got 
up on the lanes and rolled a 149. 
Nice gnlng, Joan. 

Junior acores and standings are 
as follows: 

A Diviston— ^iddy Mitchell 156; 
Karen Gieljler. 1«). 

B Dlvtslon-Ckorge Smith, 188; 
Sandra Benson, 158. 

C Division — Bill Aahtey, 233; 
Jmn Phlfer, 149. 

D Divlston— Tom Dawaon, 178, 
Pam Stokea, 169 and Bev Newman, 
159. 

E Dlvlskm — Bob Zaluaki, 199; 
Marilyn ^inaon, IW. 

Women's Leagae 

Ann Cerino, high game, 192; and 
high set. 490, 

Ciola'B, High team set, 2278. 

Finney's high team ga«ne, 791. 

Aragona's Pharmacy, first {riace. 
Won 31, Lo»t 8. 

L. Cashman, hi^ league average 
132. 



canae. FranWIn ^mpiwn tnrned hi 
a fine performance shooting' the 
high mi for the week, a 284, 

BATUmi: HONOR ROUi 

Bitl Homer mi^ed the mueh 
sought irfter 700 set Jart Sunday, 
but only by six pin.M. Bill crashed 
games of ^R, 211, 2^ for a big 
094. Keep it up l^iUinn. 

TMflday Ternmt 

Eleanor Wheeler left the alleys 
a mighty happy young lady the 
other day. Her fine 2064508 led 
TMim No: 7 to a 3-point win over 
the No. 3 Tram. Babs Thompson 
pitched in with a nice 1^ to gain 
the victory in the sec-ond ^n^. 
Jewel Womack cantlnued her nice 
kegline. hitting a nice 404 to off- 
set Lucille Ingrams 349 In a 2-2 
."Split by Te»ns 2 and 8. Other ac- 
tion saw No, 4, behind Amy Meek's 
3% take the measure of No. & 
Yvonne Bur« tried her best with 
a 391. Joan i^metit hit a .158 for 
No. 8 Team in a l^ing cause to 

No. 1 Teanu -_ 

VPPEit fWS 

Jim CaldweU 009 

Dick Artz •.... 190 

Tom Chaimian 190 

Jim Morgan 388 

Vince Chinchello l*™ 

Ruth Wilson .....: 167 

.Myrt Muehlberger 156 

Faye MoMahon 155 

Kay Wasarhaley .' 1€8 

Etolse Stover 152 



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Thursaay, mMi M 1^1 

Report for Duty 

Tidewater TUm rtteh«w »»• 
portaKi to Matwgtr Qrtmny Part- 
ner Saturday at th« TMaa spring 
tj-alning headquatlers in pmMM»la, 
Fla 

liie TidMi Win be br^nK^ wHh 
the' Kansas City Attikpttes farm 
eluha. "me other team* are L«wi«* 
ton, Norttoweat Umg^ CBH Visa- 
Ha. Cailfomia State LMgue (C): 
R)C«teik», Pi<meer Lngiw WV, Al. 
buquerque, 3o|rtMMBM« (D) and 
SeraacHa. Ftorl^ MM (IM. 

The players will be stoyli^ at 
the Florida Hotel, 2U Weat Cer- 
vantes ^.. Penaao^a. 

The team will britic eain|» ^ipril 
12 and head for Pbrhpwmth for 
exhibition games '^fhM, Rich* 
mond April 15 and M at l^rta- 
mouth Vadium. 

The Tides pre-swason ticket ^Ive 
has been exten^d to a new dead- 
line date of March ^th. (Janeral 
Mgr. Maralan B. Tax said tha rea- 
son was beeauae aeveral of the 
civic organlrattons in the Tidewa- 
ter area had requested more time 
to seU their books of tickets. Books 
of bleacher and grandstand ticfcet« 
for $10 can be purchased at the 
Portanwuth ttadium office. Sea- 
son box seate tor $100 a seat can 
also be bought at the stadium from 
9 to 530 pan. 



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Ti^ Right Man For The Postmaster Job 



The wdl-mertted af^aolntment of Joseph 
T. Crosswhite, Jf., as postmaster at Virginia 
Beach is, perhaps, an occasion for mingled 
happiness ^nd sorrow among his many 
friends In Virginia Bexh and Wncess Anne 
County. 

On the one hand, Joe— as he is known 
by his friends— is offering to the Federal 
government the experience and ability gar- 
nered through the years he has served as 
deputy commissions of revenue at tlw 
Court House. For t^iis his friends can only 
congratulate the United States Post Office 
Department for gaining an executive who 
leant^ about public service from the grass 
roots. 



On the other f«m), hh keen cxmcept of 
duty and his dlllgent» in serving the peo- 
ple of the wunty for six years will be sorely 
missed on the local level. 

With Virginia Beach on the march, Mr. 
Crosswhite's position will become inaeas- 
ingly more difficult as the flow of commerce 
mounts. 

His selection is certainly one of the best 
that could have l»en made to follow in the 
footsteps of his beloved predecessor, How-> 
ard Samuel Myers, who passed away in 
December after 15 years as our postmas- 
ter. 

All of this newspaper's good wishes are 
wll'h Mr. Crosswhite in his new field of 
service. 



Lutheran Women Get Cancer Society Avm^ 




These ladies represent die woro^ df Good Shephej-d Church who have just been bo^utd 
by the Princess Anne unit of the American Cancer Society for their activiti^ in ^ prcM^n of 
volunteers who make cancer dressings. Shown are, standing; Mrs. Paul Dol|ins, piuA prement (^ 
dK Princess Anne unit; Mrs. James Haigler, assistant cancer dressings chairman at Good %ep- 
hcrd; Mrs. Leo Bradley, chairman; Mrs. Robert S. Wahab, Jr., dressings chairman for the Wi- 
cess Anne unit, and Mrs. Sidney Kellam, loan clo^t chairman for the local caao^ group. $Mt«l 
are Mrs. Carl Bonacker, Mrs. Royal Lauer, Mrs. Harold Heap, Mrs. E. R, Ambiira, Mrs. Bettlah 
Geiger and Mrs. Luther Mills, members of the church cancer dressing team. 



DoflCoftection 
Dismayed for 
Woman's Club 

^emb«rs of tbe Woman's Club of 
Chesapeake Beach" held their nga- 
lar monthly meeting March, 14 at 
. the Bayside Christian Church. "Hie 
_jtodles of the church served lunch- 
eon for the club raember.s. 

Mrs. Richard J, Vellinw, Jrtl» 

arts chairman, was in clrarge of 
ihe progn^Q. She introduced Mra. 
H. J. Van Peenatv ol Portsmouth, 
who brought With her a part of 
her unique and TSltable <fcHi col- 
lection. Mrs. Van Peenan is the 
wife of a naval ctoctor, Admiral 
H. J. Van Peenan, who ta now of- 
ficer In dwrge of the roit«mouth 
Hospital. Her travels a« a Navy 
wife have been wide and served 
greatly to Uusi^aae l^r iMer«9t ta 

i.Mrs. Van Peenan gave a most In- 
formffttve taHc on the hobby, and 
cited that in &ac Instance, her dolls 
aleaig with those of (rther eoliec- 
tofts were the mean.s of raising 
mtmev to build a wing on a church. 

With ttesWent Mr.s. Frede|tok 
Rteier presiding, Mrs. Harry W. 
Fotford was etee^d as delei^^ to 
the State eom^stioa with M». 
Thomas B. Petty as alternate. 

tlie fine atts department sha«'ed 
art wot* deae by dub n»«bers, 
arul al«> crafte. Those who «x- 
hifcftted and whose worlc will go to 
district for judging were Mrs. R. J. 
VelUnes, Mrs. iUwood A. Hudson. 
Mrs. r, L. Lunsford and Mrs. Fred 
T. Bafifier. 

A joint meeting of the four Bay- 
side Woman's Clubs will be held 
at the Ocean Parte Fire Station at 
8 o'clock tonight. Ocean Park Wofli- 
an's Club will be hostess, with 
Bayside Junior Woman's Club, 
Li4tev4ew Shores Woman's Cltib ft 
ChtaapealK Beach in attendance. 

ttie Welfare Department of the 
Club will sponsor a bloodmobiie at 
the Little Ci-eek An^hiblQu.s Baae 
on Monday. 

CoBllaaed Frwia Page 1 

ministry hm alao ««i8taftted Traieh 
of hiii time. 

•Mr. Schneider will also speMc at 
a community Easter Sunrl^ serv- 
ice t© be MA in the Unkhorn rtrh 
School, in which ."several of the 
Hilllop, Oceana, and Lynnhaven 
churches arf participatli^. 

The Rev. .Mr. Arrington slated 
that the public is cordially invited 
to attend tlie sunrise service and 
the services at the Grace Brethren 
Church. 

UHLE LEAGUERS 

lEPRF^NTFB AT I 4 

Irving Roaoberg of Lynnhaven. 
Viigjnla District 8 of the Littte 
League Baseball of America, is 
4aH'(t«ntly in Lo« ..Angeles attend- 
Tng tfie Anit aitemttwuaJ coii- 
l^esH of Uttle Leaguet. 

RoNcnljerg, one of the organi- 
»M* of the Prirows Aiitie Little 
league rt»fl W first pt«Ri«cnt. is 
the fij-st dt»tri«t" reprcwentativc 
lor the new Virginia UiKlrlct. 

Virginia Wwtrtct M intiiKir-s Vir- 

gnia Beach, Prlnx-f.ss Anne 
>unty.^ Wards Corner. Norfolk 
, N^val Air Station, the NhNthI 
C^ration B««. the Amphibisiw 
Base, Aragofca VWa^, hidlan 
Wver, Acewnack aod thi- Miore 
<Bionore.) j 

Rwenberg rcpoited prior to hih 
departure for Califtmjia t hunt 
tftree new a«»a« would be in t^i- 
«tlon in tl»e district this year, 
3nici.e are Grmt Br.'d^e, Cto^ 

1 Coufi^ will 
^i^tHtie tm mxrcn %'MliMMq| 
resides at 3< iLjmmiiw l*lvt. 
I^^ittbava. 



P.A. llavy Wives 
CiabNews 

The ft-incesu Anne Navy Wives 
Club No. 143 collected 10 boxes of 
clothing, one box of children's 
books and one box of crayons to 
be sent to Norfolk to go overseas 
aboard the U8fc> Fort Manden. 

Ten Emergency Kits will be tak- 
en to the Area Council for emter- 
gency patients at Portsmouth Nav- 
al Hospital. 

On Mareh 30, the memlseni <rf 
the club were taken on a tour of 



the mess hall and galley atSfAJS 
Oceana after which a mo.st deli- 
cious lunch waa held in the mess 
■hall. 

At the reeent , meeting nine 
guest*! were Introduced. They were: 
Be*ty Pitts, Joan Randoll. Polly 
Hicks, Eleanor Belcher, June Vice, 
Barbara Lehman, Lucy Pratt, 
Nancy Ixrthrop and BlUie Rawls. 

Donations of u.sable wearing ap- 
parel and household goods would 
be greatly appreciated for use in 
the Thrift Shop at NIAS Oceana. 
Call the Navy Wives' Kindergarten 
at NAS Oceana for pickup. 

All Navy, Marine and Coasrt 
Ginrd wiveii at« Invited to join the 
elub. 



-iMMllMMHi 



lOOYears Ago ThisWeek..dn 

THECIViLWAR 



\tlfio^txa^JOOye»$agothhu»a^att0dto1heCMW»-» 
\ told in tiiebmguagitai^tt^^ today.), 

IMc^n Blocks Senate Move 
T& Get Wt. Sumter Letters 

Wi^^XNGTOH, D.C.— &rch 25— President Abraham Lincoln today 
ItiuBWd— "leapeetftdly," Hut ftafljr— 4o^ release to the Senate recent 
tftt^atdiea irom Maj. Re^rt Aad«»(m. ctmnnander at shaky Fort 
Sumter; Cluirleston, S.C. 

Hw (Adet executive notified the Senate he bad "come to the con- 



■^ noBwnt the publication 



would be 





AlfBSBSON 



elB^dD ttct «t the pi 
inespedlMSt." 

Bequect by tbe Senate iw ttie 
I data came as concern over the j 
pivotal fortress in Charlesttm Har> ] 
I bor rose to fever pitch. 

BepM-ta received IMa wedk 
are ftui the gurBM's fooi 
KOHtr wUl nfli oat Apri IS 
b^ bI i Hukt leoal pra^MHriiv 
tea heoeiae vlrtaaily laipea- 
alble. 

AiKlenon's force of K soldien { 
and a seven-man brass band! 
BEftimBtMlHi watch from their stcmy seat in 

Ibc bay as a Rebel torce laraiber- ^ 

ing iii Sw ftottands is baUding up at «uirieftemiikte Gootedarate 
Arsair 6enBzid Piai^ G. T. Beauregard. 
--» • • • 

M ms NAnON'8 eye* have tamed te Samter, ^ted^aon has 
attaiai^ the •tabu of a national h««-Ha nde btfgbt«»d 1^ aa ac- 
count being t(fld here ihia week. 

1t%1lai alarf at Imw Aaderaea, a KwitrtT Annr aMear ireai 

SMlae^, ertite«ad Um ealire {^wfcdwate twnm laat Otflatiaas 

When be took command at OiariMton Ust Nor. 81, Airiteraon fowd 
his two companiei euttoned at IVa* Ifauttrla, mummt pm «l *• 

harbor defenses. , ^ .. . . 

Aged, crumbling Moultrie is on Sullivan's Island, not too far fr«n 
a ptaah aunuaer hotel and— Anderstm saw with disnaay— within easy 

jrifli nam ei mai^y rootU^. ^ ^^ . 

SaNf^tart iBed IV agatat Ito tow walb te Am hed^ ttat cewa 

coaM bioaat m» aaady bflh aad mee cMrtealeAy iver the fert'a > 

rsmparto. . „ ., , . . * i,. 

Anderson had a sentimental attachment for MouRrie— his father 
had commandetf it sUiiring the Revelutkaai]r War-tart iie saw at 
once It waa tirtua&y iadefenaible. 

• • • 

tVMTEB, three miles out in *e haitmr, waa an inc«nplete atrw- 
ture but mwe sytable as a ^Omm poalikn. Aaderne taw; MA 
Copfprierate |Mdtet boats prevvMed mmt yffl fa'Wt* tMwaments. ^ 

tbe farrlMia'a wnnea. chUdrm $;i^m$^m^njtw4, aad dia- 
pfttitedttemle»ortlahami.«Bttaai»fi«aakMa.^^ ^ _- 

Crews were Usbructed to tell So^taMp fklet^ trot^e &«t the Umf 
flies wera bei^ sent to tbe North. ^: . 

WUh'hi^*^ J£V jlqN^» out 1^ 1^ way. toderion'a men, on l^c: 
a, ^sed «^r W but o< MoiAttle and wett br langboat to Sumtti^ 
quieting pro*9euft construction workers Uwit w^tti 1^^ threat as 
bayonets. , . , 

As they arrtoed a ^fnal gm «wa flrwi aad «ie Area school^ 
with the tamili« mA *m «onttw' proviskSM sailed from Fort Jcm^ 
$m to Sumter. Rear guard units at Mouteie spifcid that lort'a g^ 
and burned Um gun-carriagei. 

• • • 

' uros. an aMMnded ani mmry Ct^ <rf C^rtostat aa»ke to ftMl 
the Federal forces in a far stronger poaltkM otA m Suniter. 

It U the sillies carried to Sumter durtaif Awierson's <verati^ 
*at has taK>t^ untts aUve since. Ifce mif attempt to restock tfea 
lort failed wt»n the merchantman "Star of the West" was scared 
away by Cwrfederate gunfire last Jan. •. 

Army Pullout F^Uf^ Mounting 

WASHINGTON, DC— March it-At least SS§ of the 1.108 regifly 
<rfiC€rs on the rolls (rf the U.S. Army are e^^cted to resign to |M» 
Cwifedtrate forces, a War Department apoke*m« said today. 



War Centennial 



<CoB«BiMd freai Page 1) 

active in Civil War Centennial 
matsfcrs aqd has been one of the 
leading proponents of helpful leg" 
i.slatlon supporting tlie pix>gram on 
Ca]ritol Hill. He was patron of the 
ra^ution creating the x»tnmi^lon, 
a.s well as of important other 
measures in its behalf. 

Grandson of a Confederate .sol- 
dier captured in Pickett's charge 
at Getty.sburg in I8C3, he tikxk part 
in the program in Lee Chapel at 
Lexington on January 8 that for- 
mally opened the Centennial in the 
South, a companion ceremony to 
one held simultaneously at Grant's 
Tomb in New York City. 

In order to speed up answers to 
Inquiries about the Civil War Cen- 
tennial, the Virginia Civil War 
Commissfon-.- ^has iasiiefl 50,l1<XJ 
copie,s of >a four-by-nine-inch card 
that briefly descrilie.s what visitors 
will see /in Virginia and, on the 
back, lists major events scheduled 
for IMl. 



Cavalier 

iCOBtinaed from Pa«e Om) 

shop and beatrty salon have been 
ej^nded m^ comp^tely redeco- 

hs^» faking of the openfng or- 
chestra being featured in The Hunt 
Room, Banks announced that he 
had twitracted lx)th Le.<rter I.anin's 
Orchestra and Glean Miller's Or- 
chestra for the .summer lihe-up of 
bands at The Beach Cigb. He also 
announced that Harrv "Biy tor will 
return to The Hunt Room for late 
May thru September. This wili lie 
Harry Taylor's si.xth successive 
summer engagement in The Hunt 
Room. For many winters he ha.^ 
been featured at Arthur Godfrey's 
Kenilworth in Miami. 

P-TA SCHEDULES FILM 
'OPERATION ABOLITION' 

The film "Operation Atwiition," 
presented i)y the Air Force Re- 
Hcrve, win In* shown at the March 
meeting of the Kinp Grant P-TA. 
It win be introduced by a member 
of the United States Navy and is 
probably one of the moHt interest- 
ing and exciting films ever con- 
ceived on the pix)gress of commun- 
ism. 

All P-TA members arc urged to 
attend and the meeting will be 
open to the puljlic. It will be held 
at 8:00 p.m. March 28 in the M;hool 
auditorium. 



LETTERS TO 
THE EDITOR 



Kdltor, Hiin-Nemi: 

This is to express mncere appre- 
ciation to y^. for your very kind 
assistance to, us in the recent Red 
Cross Bloodmobiie Drive. 

This fine, ugselftsh spirit on 
yftur part makes for a better man- 
kind. If we can at any time render 
you a return service, please feel 
free to call on u.s. 

Yours verv truly, 
VA. ffilACH ROTARY C5LU» 
Leo Hearty, Chairman 
Bloodmobiie Committee. 



James Powell 



(Conttaned from Flige Oae) 

V'irglnla Chantber of Commer«. 
The mayor of Richmond also num- 
bers him as one of his mimmlttee. 
The Itotunda Ciub, The Press Club, 
The Cavalier Beach & Cabana Club 
and The Cape Henry Club are in- 
cludod in hte goeial club member- 

sbips, .^' — --: 

Married to tlie former Helen 
CwaUney Norfleet ' of Newport 
News, the Powells have two chil- 
d^en, Mrs. Martin Braxton WiV 
liams Jii of Richmond, and James 
Jr. who will >oin his parents at 
Virginia Beach at the close of the 
school V'^rr 

Mm. Lucy Traflon's prc-iiige ih 
hotel clrt-ies is equally impre.<*sive. 
She in on the board of directors 
of the Virginia' Hotri Association, 
the Virginia Travel Council, the 
Ocean Hiway Association, the Vr- 
gnia Beach- Chamber of Commeqpe 
and is a member of the Virginia 
Beach Advertising Board. 

A native of Camden, North Caro- 
lina, ".M1.S.S Lucy", as she is fondly 
cabled, and her hotel which burned 
last November are practically; 
synonomous with "Virginia Beach" 
'fhe Trafton Chalfonte was known 
far and witle as'one of U)ej. resort '*« 
traditionally line ostabllshments. ' 

Both James Powell and Lucy 
Trafton assume theit!^ new post 
April 13th for the corporation ofi 
which both are stockholders. 

Sidney Kellam exproised his ex- 
treme pleasure and pride in nam- 
ing to The Sir Walter^ manage-i 
ment a twosome of such fine ■ re- 
pute and experience. 

Lieutenant Commander Daltas; 
IS. Ent.sminger, USNR, has com- 
pleted two weeks training duty in 
the Indu-strlal Managers Office at 
the lihHfoUc Naval Shipyard. 



HiCfl SCHOOL BANS 
IN IOR?IEf FESTIVAL 

The Virginia Beach High &hool 
Band, under direction of Dale 
Brawder wUI be one of the % 
bande in this area in the Norview 
High School festival Saturday 
night • ' 

it is trom this festival that the 
vartous bands receive their rating. 
The purpose of this pkn of musi- 
cal classifl(^ion is to provide an 
activity program in which all ta- 
strumental <H-ganizations of the 
schools in Virginia may partlci- 
{»te. regardless of the size of 
(School or the proficiency of its 
organizatkui. The plans* of the 
classiflcatton provide for a logical 
promotion from easy music to mu- 
sic of -symphonic proportions. Tke 
goal shall be to present a fine mu- 
sical performance with good tone, 
intonation, phrasing and accuraqr. 

Each dire(^r will select three 
numbers frttat an approved list. 
besides th^ ninnbers the band 
shall prepare a march of the quick 
step variety. At the time of the 
Festival the adjudicator will 
choose one number from the three 
prepared, the 0irect<M' will then se- 
lect one number from the remain^ 
ing two. These numbers with the 
march will constitute the audition. 
Bands will tie rated according to 
the grade entered and will be rated 
as 1. superior, 2, excellent; 3, goo^ 
4, talr, 5, beh)w average. 

I >r II I I, 

vAmrt tmARPHHoonm 

Cadet AlbinR. .Mailhes. Jr. Was 
awarded his rfiarp»hooter badge 
for proficiency tn rifle marksman- 
ship by the nOTC department of 
Pishburne Military School at 
Wayneslxjro. ffhe bac^e was pre- 
sented to Cadet Mailhes bv CSpt. 
WlUiJHn D. Davis, FHS professor 
•of military science at a parsde 
held Here recently. 

Cadet Malihef is the son of Mr* 
and Mrs. Albin R. Mailhes of !Uy 
Coionv. 







Block M-tiMta 1 thwu^ iO, Ih- 

clusive. 

aa ^tm^ tiVfUmmm^^^* 

mn i\m ■liiliinm 4g % ^Wwtt- 
«Bt^ tta« a CUn^, MM^ it, 
bt^iNe, a^>t^n m. U»dfM, w. B. 
Holland. J. H. H, Ijemlfie ate i. 
H. H. Liemim. J«aiua CT, MUeo, O. J. 
T. PalMer. Het4iwt U F^ker, Wil- 
liam R. Piedftr aka Wm. B, FMh 
ger. OephM^WM-, P. S. S0$r, C. 1 WtMcrM nWMet ^ 



Surprise For The Schoolmaster 



W. ». LMr^t aka C. W. l«areit, 
H. J. Ta<H:ard rta J H. Tlc§ar4 
are u^aown; ttet the last tanowa 
addnm ^ ttc dei^d^ JamM 
ttoseph CoDurtock, it. and Jatnee 
Comatock aka J. Comslock, waa S 
Park »we(. Poet Qitim Btm 114^ 
Ulddlcton. Mataachua^a; that dve 
diligence has baco iMtd cm be^aM 
of the comfrfatnaaji to aseerMa 
their whorealwMs, arMiaut effeet; 
and further thk ita|iMMat sajps 
that there are «r m^ be parilas 
tntoreMed fai the at^J^ ay^lw 
of this suit whose (tfniM are lai- 
known and who nuiy be mort fully 
described as the asd^pM, auoBNeors 
in title, and lira ov^itani e« Uie 
saM defendants, or, if 0^ be 
^ad, then tMr awvivUy Mnsort. 
heirs. devtse«i: tee oenaarta, as- 
signs. aaoaeMKwa in title, taA U«n 
creditor of any heta« or devisees; 
and all other parties w)m> maiP 
have an intere^ in the pesferity 
described in Uie BUI of Cmnplatat. 
and who should be made partlH 
defendant by the general descrlp> 
Uon of "PARTOag UNiy«)WN". 
It is Orana^e ttet V» «al« de- 
fen^famts da apiMM- ^riKkm ten (10) 
days after due piiMsMlan Iwre^ 
and do what is neeassa ry to pro- 
tect their intopaste. 

u is further mmmmmu: Ma 

notice be faMtokad m the Vfrghiti 
Beach San^Neara, a aniw^piiw hav- 
ing a gencial 4b^»||^M te tiie 
OiiMity e€ mmtm kim, Vtq^nU, 
once a week for two aueetaidva 
weeks. 
A Copy Tee te; ^ 

JOim Y. FUN'flHiXiS, cterk 
By .Mary M. White. DC . 

lUAiert Lee Sim|»on, p^q. 

Bea<^ Theatre BulMlaf 

Virginia Beach. Virginia ^§»4H. 

piiiuNc m&Amjsii " 

The Virginia ^»ch PUnnlaf 
Commission will lK>kl a puble 
hearing at 8«0 PJ*., "niuradair 
April tt, 1961 in the (»uacll cham- 
ber, mh St. and An^c Ave., Va. 
Beach. Va. ,. 

The foilowii^ business wilt %e 
h^rd: 

Application from Luther Csthn 
for Use Permit to add two iMths 
to existing bulMfogs and ooe bath 
and rOom lS'x27.6' and kitchen 
17.6'x5', new addttton ta cOMa^ 
two existing buildings, located at 
IMh St. and I^rk Ave., lot % 
bioek 12. Atlantic IfiveSlnmtt Co. 
CHAAL^S S. Tmja.Mefy. 

^ 3.23-lt 



ning. t^«her ylth 

a 




jf atatff ''^ wastiM 

of said J^AM «a«aMH«f ae* 
csM trmi ma iMdt a NwA la and 
from eaid ^. llea^ Wd, 
3. All AM ewMia famM 0%tM, 

^RiMining iWmtV ^ MM IB. 

•Itaate te 



M Mttof 



siM ^m te ikttp 

- cae^ 



• v^mi ncmm 





BMkM Lee Land principal of Aragona Elementary School, 

•red«w a»vard from Al Hanuiiett, Tidewater repeesattattve of 

American Bowling Congress, in appreciation of his efforts in 

ff^k* m btt ^l»ol at Haai Bcml 



VimnSlA: la Ihe aerie's Office of 
the Cirrnit Court of f^cem 
Anne CMRty oa Ae ^at Aijr ot 
March. tMl. 

COM.MONWl5.\LTH OF ^aRGW«iA, 
which sues for the benefit of the 
COU-NTY Of 'P«»IOHpS ANN®, 
a political subdivision thereof 

Complainant 
v. ' LNT CatAJiOISY 

NOICV B. CL*NBLY 

jAMQs jemmB joosuftotm, $r. 

and JAiaS eOStmWM iri» J. 

COMSTOCK 
HRNittY M. mWIWE- 
CAI^AiN B, HODGHS 

w. B. Hommm 

J. H. H. wmem am 3. u. h. im- 

.MIMB 
JULIUS G. MHCE 

o. J. T. p.Aimim 

HERiBIiRT H. PARKBlt 
WilDlil.VM R. PtaJDQBR aka Wm. 

R, PLEDCffilR 
CEPHAS mZOR . . 

P, c, sioyESR 

C. W. ST. laxmS^ aka c. w. 
LAURENT 

H. J. TAOCM® afca J. J. 
TEXXIAiRD , 

their assigns, sucoeasw* in title, 
and lien creditors; or, If t^y be 
dead, then their survlvln'g con- 
sorts heirs, (tevisees; the consorts, 
assigns, successors In title, and 
lien creditors of any heira or de- 
visees; and all other parties who 

flMy 4avm an tnterest iff We-sub- 
Ject matter of this suH, who are 
made defendant by the general 
description of "PARTM38 UN- 
K.NOWN ' oafondaats 

wmrni w rcmai:)ptvm 

The object of this suit is for the 
complainant to Atforee its Itaa for 
taxes and to sell for the payment 
of delinquent taxes thcMOa, .the 
following described propOTty Jo- 
t'Bted In Kempsvllle Maglrtfflal 
Disti ict of Princess Anne County, 
Viiginia. as siynvn on the fW of 
.\lidw^\ which .said plaft It duly 
of record in tte Clerk's OHM of 
the CircuH Court of Princes Anne 
Countv. Vimlnia; 

BloA 3— 'Lots 1,2, '»tM.m and 
32. 

Blod< »k.Anta asand M. 

Bl(«i 14-Cots 2, 3. 30. 31. 3'i, m 
and 'M- 

BloA 15--L., 1 ». 

Bit^ 16— Lt>ls Ai, aa and 34. 

Bhj* IS— I^s,!*, 1% 14 and 16. 

BloAMMtHNail. 2. »,M,'m,M 
and M. 

Btock a— £«tfi 11, „ ___ ,^. 



The Virginia Beach Wantrtng 
Commission will hold a re-hearing 
on the. application from C. 1%RiOtt 
Dickson {Holly Hill Apts. Inc.) for 
Use Permit to erect aS ' "" 
unite located «V4lea 
.36th St. Site 0. ataSP 
day, AjH-ll 6, 1981, In the council 
ctiamlw-, IMh m. and Arotlc Ave, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

CHARyoS «. l^aUSY. Sec^. 

3-23^1t 





VIRGINIA: la the Clerk's Office of 
AaM C«nty eai Oie Slat day ot 

c^fmtommAJSm of vmcmaA, 

which m»» fM- tte beadRt of tte 

oovmy &F pmHmB 'mmt, 
a peimeil siriKthMiion m^M 

Ctemplakiant 

V. m (mMmBstx 

ALfl0E SAO^ 

BENJAiMfN VALIO BltfOHT aka 

mm sPiaxMA.x aka bosa 

R. M. HlOin^i 

MAzmsrm k. ^mtmidM^tm 

their aiKl^is,' a MCCeaeore in title, 
and lien creditors; or, If they be 
dead, then their surviving oon* 
aorts heirs, devLsees; the consorts, 
assigns, successors in title, .at^ 
lien creditors of any helr« or dei 
visees; and all other imrtles who 
may have an Interest in the sub-, 
ject nwtter of this guft, wlw ai« 
made defendant by the general 
deed^ttoQ ^ ^'BAiamm Mi- 

KTionfm' mtmotma 

tHlDKR OF rVBLICAtlOK 

The object of this suit is *» ^e 
comptainant to eirforce its Hen f^ 
taxes and to sell for the piymi^ 
of delinquent taxes ttefMn w^* 
lowing (te@i4betf pr^ttto |iaaied 
m Lynnhaven Mas^iMa MffMHtel 
District of Princess Anne Gouity, 
Vir^aia, as sliffwn on ^M af ^^ 
ana Ckirdens, which plat la du^ of 
record Ip the Clerk's OfCtce rt tl» 
Circuit Court of Ptlncem Anne 
County, Viii^Uila, in Map BMfc 3 
at pafe 51: 

1. All that certain pareei <jt Imd, 
situate in Lvnnhaven MEMOitfto 
Magisterial Wstrict of fN ttwto n 
Aniw County, Vir^nia, wwMftMng 
«0'x238' of PkA ol, as sbmm oa 
the Plat of (^*ana Gardens, re- 
corded in the doii's Oili« of tte 
ClBJUlt Oourt trf PrinWBs Ai^ 
Odu^,' Vfr^Ma, W .M^ »>* S, 
at ]»ge 51. and more -iuUy de- L 
wrmrt as teltanuc « 

Beginning at a point In the divid- 
ing jtae %MMen Plots 84 and M, 
as shown m^ the said ^at, vrtUob 
point Ik di^ftant nine himdre<|tit^| 
and seven-tet^ tlOo.7) feet south- i 
wardiv Uam tl» . Intewection of [ 
said * dHlding Jtpe extended and 
the wuthwardly Bt<*D * the 'C^ir. 
gfnia AmrA) Bl^U' and f r«a tsmh 
point oftWglMmg rui4<Bg MaM^ 
^mdy and M^stg tfis dBvUHng 
line between Plots 54 «nd M, fifty 
■^Wi it^ tk^nm wwetwa w^ vrt 
m Tight ai^M to^^^^d ^vMng 
line a di.^ftaace of tm* hwn*^ 
thlrty-nlne CXn) feet; Omtm 
Borthwai^ly and pafaUel wltti 
said dividing line fifty fM> fcet; 
Mmm eartwardly Mil ^l^gM 
angles to the dlvMlo g Hne be- 

dred tMrty-alne (Wtn leA to Oe 



«l MMr«m4te 
aiormfii (MA\ ,(^tk)t In (lap 
mm h at pagi m. aad mere fully 
as MlerwK 

W» Una Sstwa l i lWi^ tiafli A. 
as ahMra ^ «M fMl, «MA Is 
dtatnt mnm inwMi m^^^m 

and 8even4«s^a dil^ iift 
•oMMiariiy ^piM Mi iMMecMpi 
«f Mid dividing line aMi " 
Boi^era aide ftf ttie Vk. i 
Blvd., and fitaa mi^ mM bft- 

ginakig rvMum d^ vtmmms urn 

akMtt the «MAig li»e iMWreM 

pio^ m tfd m, am ^umm 

(IM) feet; ttMitoa westwar tly Mtd 
at i^t an0m «e «M An' " 
line a AMaoe af "~" 

twenty-nine ^S9^ 
norHrwar^ M< pataM tii^ 
Mid <ii«HMIIng Itae at^ taaipM 
(100) feet; and thence eaaiwardly 
and along &it ^viding line bf- 
tween Pk>to « aMd 9^ «•• |R»- 
dred twenty-aMe |Ni} IMf H tiM 
polM ot b^iMMf^ tiflttiii artth a 
ri^t-ef-<way over aM ittlM a atrip 
of land thirty <ie} Hm.ma» rua- 
alng along tt» frwlMftt Mil <tf 
the above des««M tMMltir IWd. 
known as Smith ab^tt. SMi^iled. 
as a means <tf aMew flmm aaitf 
b^act of land to and fram alii Va. 
9mA Blvd. 

3, All itet certain plae* «r pMe#i 
of tsnd, rftiaaei^l^yniiOvtnMaa- 
t^m lli^lstartil IneMA ^ Britt- 
ceK AMfto OONftty, W#nia, Itnffirh 
as Wiem' S-W. Pift -<rf Mt* 137, 
<3@HQfNi Oardeas. which plat Is ibly 
of record in the sfor^aM Cldka 
<Hf|ce la Map Book 21. m%i 

4. AH those certMl 
or parcels of land, situate la 
haven Mosquito U^^meti^ M». 
trict ol I^ncesB Anae Ckiunty, m- 
gtnla, known, numbered and 
aafted as Lots %t snd 33, 
sHm « Plot ^ Oe^aa VtUSmn, 
which Mid plat Is duly of itnlrd 
in tlK aforeMld Clerk's Omee. 

An affidavit haeing be^ aade 
that the d^aadrnt, Ulian Acttlns 
has bem dismissed as a (h^fen^iM 
in Oils eauM; that a return |ni 
beea madrh^r the Sheriff of Hftft. 
^m Anae County. Virginia, llpt 
after holdtaig thl^Moers for twin- 
ty«on# days and havfl» used Ate 
cUllfence on behalf of the c(|m> 
gtamMt to ««^^ln Ifielr where- 
abouts, thetMno«in§ defendas^ 
teive not be« fotML* 4Uice Ba«^ 
whose last known addrem was w. 
2. Bax az. Vttgtnlt Beach, Vlrglfc; 
Benjamin Valio Brigt^ alu Bei^a- 
rain Vailto ar^^lj a ddreas i^ 
JtaaWfo; Louiaa Mtoasb addrei» m^ 
fcafwps^JIgar.-^llfplIMn aka 

known; In^ Wr&Sr this (kiponttil* 
says that there are or fniy lie ^r* 
tiM Interested in the subject n^. 
ter of this suit whose names are 
tmknown and who say be wrtre 
fully described as a*e 'an^pis, 
successors in title, and liim credi» 
tors of ttie Mid deAmdants, or, 'if 
tljey be dead, then their survlvhig 
consort, ' heirs, devise^p; tte em. 
Mrts, asa^m. aufecesstrs in ttie, 
aad Iten er^itorg ot any heirs jbr 
dev^ees; and all other parties v^ 
naiy have an Intere* in the pr^ ' 
erty described in the Bill of 
plaint, and who sitould i>e 
parties de^Rdam hj^ the 
imm*tjfttm of 'Vtm'ms \t^ 

It is (XlBEd^O that tin said 
fWdaMa^ mlAmr within ten (I 
days after due publicatkA her 
and de what is necesMt-y to 
tect their intereste. t , 

R is ftiVther OttiD£RED Htai tMs 
notice be published in tte iThriMla 
Beach Svm^evs. a neari^ia|li^ Mv- 
Ing a genial circulation in we 
County of P ftncese Anne, Vii^f^a, 
once a weeR for two 8U»i^B^ 
weeks. 

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^VI^ Vlf^nte Btach Pr*(byt«rJ«n 
ChMi^ Oh»!r wUI prwent the can- 
tatt, 'T>* INvm Wonta of Christ," 
by ItMOteA Dubelt, with ^nglteh 
trwishrtkai >l tt» t«jtt »^ Endly 
WWtti^. on -PMm Suiiai3r, ifareh 
9« at a ]M». in tbt Clraecta sanc- 
■ tuary, 3^ and Hdflc Avenut. 
TTif Mwrgirt Henw Q. Morgan. 
m^iW <t ^ Aw^ WW em- 
duct fli* ^•rWwm^w. soloiiita for 
tbe licnUita wHl be from the choir, 

J and l^«i*K Ctrroll atoeimker. 

1 Ann DMilfc Aim Otaaeock, Mirvin 
HaBljrt W*l^ Jft»re, Alton But- 
ler. It 9nm DQ^ Claude turner, 
ChWHt nUM^. and Joae^ R. 
WhMe, tt. Urmm k. Korte Is choir 
director and ornntat. 

"rm ftwea WotAi of Chrtot" tx- 
preaaM Me auffff-li^ end death of 
our ^vtour on the croaa. This was 
wrrtten by IMBola while he was 
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Mat w««k ttie Varalty awb held 
WttOMa Annc'fl annual "Oeek 
Wartt", Thia u a pwtod in which 
new members go through a pro- 
ce«8 of Innltatton before be«>mlnf 
mwtbms of the Vi»ily Club. How- 
vm Bila ia alao the tum'Ctottt 
week for the entire school as girls 
are expected t« walk boya*to claaa 
and (arry their books. 1%is week 
is culitttalMl ^ «ie GkMe Weak 
Dance heW each yaar «A TrlAy 
night. Tkbi yMr% datKt waa » 
great auc^s m many at^MMs at- 
tended tMta function. 



^em^t Pantus Ht-Y refiMria a 
su€cea«ful "slave sale"! tta nwm- 



bera of this organization bepn to 
i^aliEe a few months ago that the 
taitSm left In the treasury since the 
hoMaeoraing festivities were quick- 
uwu «.^— ^ •--.. «..«. WV.I1S. re- ly tilpping awav. Therefore, In an 
maina MW of Um» hvorite cantata* attwnpt to build up the treasury 



and wUt hc^ many performancea 
thM UMM aaaaon. 

There la no admtaslon charge, 
and tlie public ta cordially invited 
to MIMUI 



ajpln the members decided to hold 
a alave. aale in which they would 
auction off members to go to the 
hlgheat Udder. The members would 
then bfc(»ne the property of the 




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The ^ond annoia HIM Ptta 
oean Anne Contest Wflt be held thli 
year on April 15, tn the Prln««8 
Ann High School auditorium at 
SsOo P.M. The contestants will be 
chosen on a basis of beauty by the 
rtudents. From these girls, twelve 
seml-flnalirtB will be chosen. Five 
finalists will be selected from the 
seml-ftnatot group. The first, aec- 
imd. and third place winners will 
be seleotad en a iMiAa of bMoty 
and from these three the first, 
place winner, Miss Prlnt^ss Anne, 
will ba selected. In addition to the 
contest, the girls will also model 
three outfits: a sports outllt, a 
forma, and a sheath drew. 

Tbe A Capella Choir will per- 
form- Also there will be entertain- 
ment by Itorlena Bte<*wel and 
fetsy Mafnn. The OHirtM- <rf cW*- 
monies will be AU^ MflCelten. 

The contest Is sponsored by tti« 
Keyetie Club of Princes.s Anne 
High School. President Susan Lolir 
who Is dlretAlng the competition, 
states: "It is a great howOT tor a 
fdri to be chosen Mlaa Pttocaaa 
An». ThU ta the ae^^nd aAnttal 
contest which waa bepm by the 
newly organized Keyette Club of 
IflOMO. ™! student support of 
ttiia activity haa been pverwhelm- 
iBgaad ym ho|^ to CMUlnueJIihl 
contest through future K«ya«t« 
until it becomes a well-established 
tradition." Even in its short his- 
tory, the Miss Prlncew Anne Com- 
petition has come to rank equally 
with the Homecoming Queen comr 
petition though the profit of 
elimination differs greatly. 

The "Bunny Hop" will be held 
tomorrow ni^t. This annual dance 
Is sponsored by the Student Co- 
operative Association of Princess 
Anne and Is held in the gym. The 
dress will be semi-fdrmal and t^ 
hour from eight until 12 o'clock. 

On April 14. the ctnm of "61 will 
oelebrate Senior Day. Tbe day will 
liegln with a junior-senior assemb- 
ly. At this time, the Last Will "n^ 
Testament of Ui* Class bf '61^ and 
tbe Senior Claas Proph«y will be 
read. Mrs. Barnes, apgnsor of the 
SenlM- cia.'iB, will dli^ct the assemb- 
ly. Frances Cox Is chairman In 
clwrge of the assembly. Ctarlce 
Battel is chairman of the l««t WIB 
and Testament committaa. «n^ 
Wendy Hopion. of the Prophesy 
committee. - ■' . 

At this assembly the sentors will 
be dresstfd lo their caps and gowns. 
Honor graduate will file in with 
the class but will be seated on the 
stage. Tl\e program will be cul- 
minated by the singing of the alma 
mater. * 

F.ATHER & SON 14EA61IE 
ROLI^ HIGH AT rLAZA 

On Sunday afienwon, here at 
PlaiBa Bowl, when the Father s and 
their boys atart rolling ten pins, 
keen compeUtion and good aporto- 
manshlp really prove that this 
(Xjmblnatlon cant be beat. 

This week we are all vn^ piem 
ud exttwnaly hapwr to aee yoa^ 
Bill Weiss, Jr. roll a nice 178, giv- 
ing him his first trophy (so far), 
al!«J keeping him and his Dad, am 
Weks. In first place. 

The Alley's al«> rolled a ve^ 
good set, with Gene Alley Sr., 
fettterlng tfi* ptn« to fall tor a 
2&I, boosting him and his boy up 
one more step closer to first place. 

81UN wvEi» » wmi 

An organizational meeting of the 
Virginia Beach Sea Dragon* ^In 
Dt%-lng Club win be held on Frl^ 
March 24. at 7^0 p-TO. at The CkJUtt- 
ell Chamber Building on 19th St.. 
between Artie and »ltic avenues. 

All persons Interested In the 
sport of skin diving are invito to 
auend. 



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^.'am, as they were r«;elvad by the 
a>miitM» Utw ttw iManAt lat 
deadline. 
The Patrons are aa follows: 
(to. & Mrs. R. F. Ttant. Jr., Hr. 
and Mrs. J. J. Pobiter, Mr. and Mrs. 
Rcrt>ert 8. Ci^uner, Mr. and Mrs. 
E. Ashley Haycojt, Mr. and Mra. 
James H. Kabler. Mr. and Mra. W. 
J. Lawson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. I^ 
ward E. Glbbs, Mr- and Mrs. Bthe- 
rWge H. Whltehurst, Mr. and Mrs. 
David A. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Clark 
Fleming, Jr., Vice Admiral & Mrs. 
R. O. Davis, Dr. and Mrs. Robert 
W. Woodhouae, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. 
Lance L. Underwood, Jr., Mr. and 
Mrs. Herbert Smitb, Dr. and Mrs. 
Samuel Riggs, Mr. and Mrs. Wen- 
dell Winn, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 
Wood, Dr. and Mrs. Jack 8. Garri- 
son, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. C. Davis, 



Mr. and Mrt. M. A. CulE^>per. Mr. 
and Un. R. S. Holland.^ayor and 
Mrs. Frank A. Dusch. 

Ala* Mr. & Mrs. Harokl B. Kel- 
lam, Mr. A Mrs. Sidney 8. Keilam, 
Mr. and. Mra, John Williamson, 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. WalM, 
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. S. Elmer 'mrrall, 
Mr. and Mrs. James N. Moody, Mr. 
and Mrs, H. P. Etheridge. Mr. and 
Mrs. H. E. Ho^e, Mr. and Mrs. A. 
Ray PenMcMt, Jr., Mr. and Mra. 
John 8. Brock. Mr. and Mi^- A. T. 
Taylor, Mr. and Mra. R. A. CaMCtt, 
(Mr. & Mrs. H. W. Cunningham. Mr. 
„.^ & Mrs. UtUetoo B. Walker, Mr. k 
Irt Mrs. Gaoiv L. Aldrtdge. Mr. and 
'Mr».irailam Witt, Mr. and Mrs. 
Fred A. Baycox, Mr. and Mrs. 
Richard R. A4»aloa9. Mr. & Mrs. R. 
R. McCheiaay, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- 
ward T. CMon, III. Mr. and Mrs. 
Louts B. Fine, Mr. and Mrs. L. 
Stanley Hodges, and Mr. and Mrs. 
Sdwln C. Kcltam. 

Also. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit a 
l^nd. Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Taytor. 
Senator and Mrs. E. Aimer Annes, 
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Johnson, Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles R. Grandy, Mr, & 
Mra. David Y. Malbon, Mr. & Mrs. 
George O. PhlUlpe, Judge and Mrs. 
Roy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Dale 
Beasley, Mr. and Mr«. Charlea L. 
Plncus, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Woolllng, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mor- 
rls, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wlnskrw, Dr. 



and Mrs. H. P, Dormlre, Mr. and , Clark. Mr, and «w. F«9il| W. Co*, 



Mrs E. Kirk Walsh. Mr. and Mrs 
^lley T. Parl»r, I^. Ann Hardy 
Williams, Mr, and Hm. E. H." 
Church, .Mr. and Mra. Carroll O. 
Clou^, Mrs. Floyd E. Keltam, Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph C, Wool. Mr. and 
Mrs. Langley P. Land, aiKi Mr. and 
Mrs. P. H. Allen. 

Also, Mr, and Mrs, Fltashiufh L, 
White, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Taylor, 
Judge and .Mre. Henry W. MacKen- 
2l«, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Reeves John- 
■00, C(»ndr. and Mrs. Alt wi Um 

p(JPL.ICATE BRIOGE CLUB 
WlimKRS ARE ANNOUMCED 

The winners of the Virginia 
Beach Duplicate brl4^ club which 
plays each Tuesday evening at 7:45 
p,m, at the Dunes Motor Hotel. 

North-South, first place, Mrs. 
Claude Brownley, Jr,, Mrs. Marg 
Woods; 2nd place Mr« E. y. Caul- 
flew and Mrs. Hugh Kitchen, Jr.; 
3rd place, Mrs. M, D. Kervln and 
Mrs. Caddie Walker. 

Eaat-West, 1st place, Mrs. Ann 
Ellis and Mrs. Margaret Norfleet; 
2nd place, Mrs, M. F. Camp and 
Mrs. Kirk Walsh; 3rd place. Mr. 
aild Mrs. R. M. Fumte.s, Jr. 

All bridge ptayers. are Invited. 



Mr. and 31^ H. U^ H<M^m Mr. 
Giles O. Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. Ben 
S. WoolsttMi, Mr. at^libw. John B. 
James, ft-, amd Mrs. T, Roy Jar- 
rett, Mr. and Mrs, Frank W. Kei- 
lam, Jr., Mr. Wd Mn. Ttumm J- 
Kinney, Mr, and Mr^. l^nk D. 
Tarrell, Mr. antl Mrs. D. B. HHl. 
Mr. and Mrs. Georfe C. Lywi, Mr. 
and Mrs. Sidney Banks, Mr. and 
Mrs. W. D. I^gg, Mr: and Mrs. 
Robert Btoyd, aiM Mr. and Mrs^ J. 
C. Addlngton, Sr. 



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P.A. TRAIIWIIVG 
SCHOOL IVEWS 



9f LINWOOD HOL8EY 



^W6 PHnceM Anne Training 
School students receive top honors, 
the track aeason begins, veteMms 
return to the ha.seball team md 
the student council elects members 

/to attend the NASC conference. 

* Tliese were the highlight* happen- 
ing at BA. 

The basketball Rea,<K)n I;; over 
and the RA Tigers are practicing 
hard feu- their season conference, 
with two. games coming up this 
month in baseball. The Tigers went 
to the district playoffs to be de- 
puted by B<»ker-T of Norfolk, 
Earlier the Tigers turned back 
Northampton In order to attend 
jthe district meet. 

Congratulations gio~(Mft Ja toe 

members of the Tiger ^baskettuU 
squad, and especially to Howard 
Smith and Albert Shaw who were 
fourth and sixth leading .scorers 
respectively in the Eastern District 
Group I VIA. Of course, their goal 
couldn't have been achieved with- 
out the lielp of their teammates, 
Elbert Knight, Roy Sykes. Wil- 
liam Johnson, Wivid Freeman, Lee 
Otis Wright, Leon Fitzgerald, Rich- 
ard &nlth. Osie Parsons, and Rob- 
ert Moslev. 

Mostly Veterani " * 
Mr. Slier, coach ©f the baseball 
team, had all but two of his vete- 
rans to return, with many new 
prospects. Practice began two 
weeks ago, but due to the weather 
conditions, practice was halted a 
bit. The Tigers have two games 
coming up this month against 
CF^tAwooA-m, tit* 2Sih «nd SOtfo. 
Everyone Ls confident that the 
boys 'will bring back the victories. 
The veterans returning to the 
squad are Charles Walke, catcher. 
^Libert Shaw, pitcher; Alexander 
Piatt, David McClenny, William 
Johnson, Jlmmie Wright, Lassel 
Wilson, Ralph Jefferson, Robert 
Mosley, William Cherry. Jes.se 
NImnw, and Irvin Gary. 



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The track team's head i-oacii, Mr. 
Price, Is sure that his team has 
what it takes to bring the trophies 
home this year, Mr. Price Is so con- 
fident because of his veterans who 
are returning. Veterans returning 
are Captain Benny Smith, Henry 
Sp«Jce, Roland Edney, Roland 
toilth, Leon Fitzgerald, Howard 
Smith, Irvln Knight, William Chan- 
dler, and Noinnan Cuffee, along 
with many new prospects. 

Jo.seph SomervlUe, a junior was 
chosen as the representative from 
our school to be a member of the 
Tidewater Scholastic Achievement 
Team. Joseph i.s president of the 
junior class. He maintains a B 
average In his courses; played 
quarterback on the foottaill team; 
and recently played one of the 
leading roles in a Dramatic Club 
presentation. 

Otfceni HoiUMred — 

Representatives from tl» Vlf» 
ginlan-Pilot presented Joseph with 
the plaque for his outstanding 
academic work and participation In 
extra curricular activities. Others 
j^ecelvlng certificates were Thad- 
deus Ashby, D€4)ra Brown, Shirley 
Johnson, John Syndor, Joseph Boy- 
kin and Charles Walke. Congratu- 
lations to all of you and may you 
continue to improve yourselfs 
s<'holastlcally. 

Mr. Boykin, our principal, was 
presented a plaque for the school 
for names of meml)ers chosen from 
the school In the years to come. 

Joseph has set an example for 
m t9 fftUpW. to improve ourselves 
scholastically. Cojigratulatlons to 
Joseph from the faculty and stu- 
dent body! 

WGH Tribate 
Linwood Holsey, a senior, was 
recently given honors as "Student 
of the Day" over "WGH radio. Lin- 
wood was honored for his scholas- 
tic average and participation in 
extra curricular activities. Lin- 
wood 5s a member of the Student 
Council, where he is chairman of 
the Ways and Means and Pro- 
gram Committee. He recently gave 
a star performance in "iftest As- 
sured" which was presented by 
the Drami^io Club. He Is a mem- 
ber of tb€ Les Gourmets, National 
Honor Society, and is the school 
reporter. We again congratulate 
Linwood as "Stutlent of the Day." 
With less than three months left 
\n .school, the Senloirs are bu.sy 
planning their graduation exer- 
cises. The individual gi-aduation 
pictures have been returned, and 
the rings are In the process of be- 
ing made. In a meeting on Monday, 
the persons who will participate 
in the class night activities were 
chosen by vote. Baccalaureate and 
Commencement Exercise plan.<» will 
be considered at the next meeting. 
The Senior Class play characters 
have been chosen, and practice be* 
gan Monday. The title of the play 
Is "Quit Your Kidding^. 

Mr. Don Crawford of WGH Ra- 
dio honored Princess Anne on 
Saturday morning from nine until 
twelve o'clock on. Teen-Time. The 
members of the clubs organized in 
the school has a part In the inter- 
views conducted. 

The Student Council members 
are always on the go. In a meeting 
on Wednesday, some of the mem- 
bers were electd to go to the 
NASC eqnference to be held at 
Booker-T in April. 



LiitliBran Chaplain, Baylake PiRM 
Resident, New Reserve 4-Striper 



The Rev. E. E. Boaserman, 111 
Blackblixl Road, Baylake Pines, 
and pastor of Trinity Evangelical 
Church in Newport News, has 
been selected for promotion to the 
rank of Captain In the naval re- 
■serve. 

, The Rev.- Mr. Bosserman has 
served as pastor of the Newport 
News Chui-ch since September of 

In the naval reserve he Is as- 
signed a.H chaplain for units meet- 
ing at the Norfolk Naval Resen,'e 
Training Center, Berkley. He has 
held that assignment since his re- 
lease from active duty in 1^58. 

Mr. Bosserman is a "native of St. 
Paul, Mhm. He In a graduate of 
IjflWrence College In Appleton, 
Wis. and the Chicago ThiH>logic«l 
Slmlnary. He entered the Navy In 
1942. 

At the time of his release from 
the Navy with the raok of com- 
mander in 195S he was .senior 
chaplain aboard the aircraft car- 
rier I'SS Ranger. From IRH to 
1957 he was senior chaplain at the 
Norfo lk Naval Station. 

His wife is the dii-ector of the 
Baylake Pines Private School in 
Princess Anne County. They 
started the st^hool together In 1964 
with 27 students. Its current enroll- 
ment Is 3:»2. The Rev. Mr. Bosser- 
man teaches sacred studies to the 
7lh and 8th gi-ades at the school. 

The Bos.sernians live near the 




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.^gain we are in the precess of 
extending unemployment com- 
pensation. This was at the top of 
the list of President Kennedy's 
anti-re.ssion prepo.sals, and it will 
he the first one enacted. But the 
bill has l>een significantly chan^ 
ed from that recommended by the 
President. « 

As iHoggested by the President 
the period of unemployment pay- 
ments should be extended by ^3 
weeks up to a maximum of 3d 
weeks. Some states now provide 
for 26 weeks, some less, and a 
few for a longer period. The goal 
is to get all states to increase the 
perioil to 38 weeks during the 
present period of high unemploy- 
ment, but there Is' no actual re- 
quirement, of this. This part of 
the President'!^ recommendation 
has been aceejrted. 

Such payments, according to the 
President, were 'to lie taken frdm 
the general funds of the Ti'easury 
and would Ije replaced by Increas- 
ing the base upon which the un- 
employment tax is calculated from 
$5,000 "to $4,000, The Ways and 
Mean.s Committee refused to accept 
this and proposed Instead that the 
tax be increas«e<i for 1962 and IQffl, 
and that is what tlw House has ap- 
proved. This is the significant 
change made in, the Keanedy pro- 
posal. 

Arguments made before the 
Ways and Means Committee were 
impressive and sound. To have 
lifted the ba.se upon which the tax 
Is calculatetl would have meant a 
permanent increase in the burden 
of this tax. In addition about half 
of the states would have required 
legislation before they could parti- 
cipate, and such a rise In the t>ase 
would upset the experience rating 
tax schedules in all .states. 

The official estimate of the cost 
of this program is $1 billion. The 
tax upon business for 1962 will be 
;?J percent on each covered work- 
er's first $3,000 of w a g e s. And 
since the .extension of the pay- 
ments coat the states nothing. It 
must be a^unwd that all of them 
will particifmte. 

It will be recalled that President 
Efsenhower also put through an ex- 
tension of unemployment compen- 
sation in the lasrt recession. Btit 
there w a s a vast difference ioe- 
tween that and the one now being 
enacted. Under the EM-senhower 
plan a state could borrow money 
from the federal government for 
extending such payments. This 
meant that the states Avere under 
an obligation to pay back the loan. 
Since most pf the states are hard 
pressed for funds to meet their 
other outlays, few of them were 
interested in such loans, and the 
unemployed got relatively little ad- 
ditional help. It should also be ad- 
ded that the program, granting the 
states repay the oans, cost th e fe d- 
"eFal goverhraenf nothing. 

It Is most unfortunate, of course, 
that there should be occasion for 
lengthening the period of unem- 
ploybent compensation payments. 
But we have serious unemploy- 
ntenr ih this nation today ^nd 
many of those out of work are in j 
bad straits. 

Giving these hard-pressed per- 
sons additional unemployn^nt com- 
p^uatlon payments will be of help 
to them, but It will not «>lve their 
basic problem. The only real solu- 
tion is to find them Job&-*-not nec- 
essarily the same kind of Jobs they 
had before, but ^ least work which 
will give them an Income upon 
•which they may live. 

The Kennedy Adminlsptratlon 
claims that It Is primarily Interest- 
ed in creating thew additional lotm. ; 
By and large, however, about aUi 
it has had to offer in this direcUo' 
is increased |?>vemment spending, 1 
and that Is not the fundamental i 
antver, I 

mM kmI kduttoD Is to be found' 
tbroui^ Incftmatd <MkpMal Inv^ 
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school with their fouf children. 
Tliey are Tommy, W, a sophomore 
at the College of William and 
Mary in Williamsburg; Carol, 17, 
a senior at Princess Anne Hl^ 
SclMKil, and C*thy, 12, and Peggy, 
9. both .students at Baylake Pines 
SfhoGl. 



Install 8t Oceaaa, 

tihe OPO Wives' taub of NAS 

Oceana l»ld their semi-annual In- 

•tallatlQn of offleeri on Friday 

March- 17, with a dinner-dance fol- 

, lowing. 

The outgoing president, Mrs. 
Joseph Moore, was presented an 
engraved silver compote dish and 
the other outgoing officers received 
gold charm bracelets. 

Tile new officers wet* InsUlled 



They were: Rpwifclit, tot. Io- 
dine Durrance; vlc«,prwideiit. Mrs. 
Marie Coulus; recording Mcretary, 

Mra. Grace Hampers; correspond- 
ing seeret8i7, Mrs. Nell Lilly: 
treMurer. Mrs. Rosa Smith. 

Those attendit^ in addition to 
the new officers and their hus- 
bands, «^re; 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker, 
Mr. and .Mrs, Ed Caldwell, Mr. and 
Mrs. "Dan" Dansmeyer, Mr. and 
Mrs. Richard .McBroom, Mrs. Doris 



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ftobect M€il>tney. Mre. Lueette 
Grant, Mr. «i< Mr*. Joe Buckler 
and Mfr. *ni Utn. Jamea Ooddterd. 
Wans tor the coming «ix-moWtlui 
period will be discussed at the next 
meeting to bf held on April 7, and 
all wrnieft eligible for memberrtilp 
are urged to attend at that time. 
Informatl<M» may be c**alTi«d by 
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By JAM^ oRonrn 

If a fellow wants to work him- 
telf 0ut of his Job, or even If he 
doesn't, he couJd hardly find s 
more swanky spot to get the pink 
slip than In Richmond's plush 
Common-wealth Club on stately W. 
'Franklin Street. 

That's where it happened to 
George GiUlam about six years ago 
and, as a direct result of such an 
ominous and foreboding event, the 
Atlantic Fuel Oil Cto., at Laskin 
Road and Hilltop, is a going and 
■growing concerp. 

There is more to It than that, of 
course, but that was the cUncfier 
for the World War 11 flier who 
had spent most of hl.s previout 
adult life in the leaf toVwcc'o busi- 
ness. 

Haw The Tread 

With a wife and three children 
needing his love and economic 
h-tabimy, George turned to the Vir- 
ginia Beach area as a community 
with a solid record of progress and 
a formidable future. 

During his last years with the 
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co., the 
oil-distributor-lo-be had made his 
headquarters hereabouts in hand- 
ling export selHr% for hi.? firm, 
Mos* 6f the business eonsi.sting of 
what is calleci In the trade "i;ea 
stores^-^selTingiax-fref tobacco 
merchandise to naval and mer- 
cha»t marine vessels — George 
found that his territory ran from 
Boston to Kev W^est. 

The Virginia coast seemed to 
have the equable climate to the na- 
tive North CaroimUn's Ukiog and 
he found tl»t from here he could 
cover his business commitments In 
the northern or southern seaporU 
with equal facility. 

His brother, Charles, was a Vir- 
ginia Beach r^ldent. He atlll ia, 



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WATERPROOF 

SUN DECKS 

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MARSTELLER 

1809 PrankliR 8d. 
K^AMOKI^VA. 




(Photo By Simmon*) 



George Gilliam and Mrs. Edward E. Reedy Plan Day's Work 



fljjeratlng, with his wife, the Hall- 
fax Hotel at 2(ith Street and (kean 
Front. 

i^ the Franklinton, S.G., family 
— with stopovers at Air Force 
bases and such places as Richmond 
and New York City— c*me here to 
stay. George and his wife, the for- 
mer Beverly Vann, and their three 
daughters Jiave very ungible roots 
now in the civic, business, religious 
and recreational life of the com- 
munity they adopted. 

An alert and youngish early 
forty-lsh, Gilliam admits to a mod- 
erate success in owning his own 
business but feels that his life up 
to a point reflected a bewildering 
series of frustrations. 

Son of a textile plant executive, 
his first boyhood idol was Charts 
A. Lindbergh. He dreamed of fly- 
ing the Atlantic rion.itop with 
Lucky Lindy and, naturally, spent 
all of his allowance money and 
mo^t of his time building model 
airplanes. 

One After AnoUier 

He knew he wanted to be the 
world's greatest airman. So, after 
four years of wartime flyinf and 
4n«tructing from IMl to '«, "Tie 



was forced to give up flying. 

Bird-shooting he loved; Now 
that there are more building.^ than 
birds, that's gone too. His office 
wall is festooned with waterfowl 
pictures, but there Ih po time avail- 
able for khocklng over ducks and 
geese. 

A natural golfer. Job pressure 
and the mounting cost of the past- 
time forced hfan to put down his 
woods and irons. 

He has found, like many another, 
that patience pays off and usually 
the wheel iComes full cycle If a man 
can stick It out. > 

George's commercial pllot^s U- 
cen^ is handy to have around 
nowadays; he and some friends 
have bought a Beechcraft Bonanza 
and be has dropped in on most of 
the big airports in the nation. 
Bhootdt in 70s 

After 15 years In mothi>alls, the 
golf clubs are back Jn play and 




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Linus F. Braun 
Is SqHadnm 4 • 
Sailor of Month 

Linus P. Braun, aviation electri- 
elan's mate second class, X5S. Navy, 
ha.s been selected as Utility Squad- 
ron 4's Sailor of the 'Month for 
February. The aaltor of tiie month 
award Is a coveted honor in VU-4 
as the squadron 
Is comprised of 
[over 250 officers 
land men. 

Braun Is the 
son of Mr. & Mrs. 
llMward Braun of 
i&iuk Centre, Mln- 
inesota. He enter- 
ed the Navy in 
June of 1995. He 
reported to VU- 
|4 In Sept. of l^e 
and by .his per- 
unarw formand quickly 

*'***^'' established a rep- 
utation as an excellent electrician. 
^•4 selects an outstanding en- 
ll»ted man for , this honor each 
month in recognition of his hard 
work and devotion to duty. A 
board of division officers and dl- 
vlston petty officers selecte the in- 
dividual aftef carefully screening 
each nominated candidate. 

Each awardee of the Sailor of 
the Month is granted 72-hour8 spe- 
cial liberty and one month free 
gangway for attaining this high 
honor. 

Recqsnltlon by our fellow citi- 
zens of Princess Anne County is 
exemplified by the program of 
events which accompanies this 
award. 

Virginia Beach Florist on Laskin 
Road presents a corsage to the win- 
ner's wife or girl friend. The Pine 
Tree Inn on Virginia Beach boule- 
jtard^jQffers a chlckeiL dinner for 
two with all the trimmings. K 
night of bowling is hest^ by the 
Thunderbird Bowling Lanes on 
Laskin Road. Paul K. White, whMe 
studio Is located In London Bridge, 
pboti^raphs the Sailor of the 
Monih in honor of the ocasslon. 
Last, but certainly not leai^. 
Coaches .Sporting Goods, On I^clflc 
Avenue in Virginia^ Beach, presents 
the Sailor of the Sfejnth with an 
engraved trophy as a lasting mo- 
mento. 

Braun is considered an outstand- 
ing petty officer and electrician by 
his superiors. He Is one of the most 
popular men In the squadron. 

He and his wife, Gloria, reside 
at 912-2eth St., Vli^nia Brach. 

DiOTRicT ateinr sbsuon 

Princess Anne - Vh'ginia Beach 
Boy Scouts Olslrlc* meeting for 
March will be beld at the Pine Tree 
■ Inn at 6:30 pjn. March 27. All com- 
mlttee members are urged to at- 
tend this important meeting. Fred 
Isaacs, district chairman, will pre- 
side. T1»e IWl Scouta»m« to be 
heW at the Virginia Beach Con- 
ventlon <^nter will be one Item of 
dlacusstan. 



his eight handicap qualifies him 
as a top-fli^t expert at Princess 
Anne Club. 

His la.st bird dog was firmed 
out to pasture two years ajp>, but 
the duck and pjose population 
seems to be on the rise and the 
demands on his time from Atlan- 
tic Fuel Oil Co. operations are di- 
minishing a bit. By next winter, 
he hopes, the fun will begin to 
Crack down again. 

When he went into business for 
himself, Gilliam came up with a 
batch of "flrets" to counteract the 
prior "frustrations." 

His Atlantic Fuel Oil Co. was the 
first in this area to have the tvw). 
way radio communication »ysten» 
which Is fow general practice In 
the .service trade. Atlantic was the 
first to offer a "burner service 
contract" and a "Beach Bu^y" 
delivery to North Carolina Outer 
Bank fe.«ldents and clubs. 
Pop Enows His Bona 

The senior .Mr. Gilliam had a 
saying about his two Virginia 
Beach sons that went like this: 
"Mv boys pray hot and cold; Char- 
He* Is In the hotel business in a 
summer resort city — he wants it 
hot. George sells fuel oil to homes 
—he wants It cold." 

GeorgeSs praying probably had 
notblng tCdo with the fact that he 
and his family are so active In the 
affairs of Galilee Episcopal Church; 
the good Lord seems to arrange 
these things, whether vn pray 
hard or soft. 

Mrs. Gilliam Is a member of tl\p 
Altar Guild and George is a' vestry- 
man. Their children Betsy, 17, 
Olivia, 16, and Frances, 12, are 
regular participants In the youth 
organizations of the parish. 

prances, who attends Llnkhom 
Park School, was confirmed about 
a month ago. The older girls at- 
tend Virginia Beach High School. 
Eye "Do Fnt^re 

Gilliam's attitude about his fuel 
distributing concern is that the re- 
lationship with the staff should be 
"depersonallEed." He means that 
the boss is really expendable and 
the best way to Insure a continuing 
pi-ogram of progress Is to pass 
along to his co-workers the respon- 
sibilities and authority necessary 
for future progress no matter what 
happefLs to Number One. 

Wherever he flies or whether he 
shoots par or doeant break 90, his 
friends say that he i»s estabU^hed 
an organization Vkijlch Is serriUHgs 
two-state ai«a with the, fineW of 
cust<uner relationship and a keen 
eye to the future of his emidOyees. 



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D DEMONSTRATION (^mv^MKhiii* or VaaiMnl 

SINGISt SEWING C^OIR 

WARDS CORNm PHOttt lU l-TSWi 

r'r- ^ n 1 1 r I. I ,1. 1 



Use SUN-NEWS OasOitiAdt 



Leodfaig Tin Upswing! 

RAMBLER 

MARCH SALES 

AT ALL-TIME 

RECORD HI6"* 




Rambler News ia goe4! March &ac« are numta^ at an <rfl-rftn« reo9ffd 
rate. That*! rightTMore people boi^t Ramblna to the flrit thM of 
March than in any tim^ff p^od In Rambler history! 
Yes— Rambler leads the eeonomk; ttpswii^ as more car buyers dtapover 
tluit RamblMT EicriJfaify ^ves a bcnus tm evoy ear dtmar tl^ litVMt. 

Now It A Good tbiM T« Biiyl 

Rambler means buabaess! Uiht now, RamMer dealers are out aft^ even 
mwe sales with the kind (rfl^-and-aquare Oba'al 6ea^ that 13a buyers 
can't affMd to pm ^. Used car prkes haw firmed, tliat means yowr 
preset car is w<»th n|ora In tn^e now tm a new Raml^r. 

Uniy Is IbmMor BrnMi^ Salts ItecM^t 

Compact cars are ctptoring an ever^iriming share of the new car 
market. Why dOM Riunbler continue to hit new sales h^hts? Because 
Rambler Is better ttea the big cars and best of the compacts. H^e are 
tfaffTie^n»T " — 



MLY RMNMJDI offert 3 distinct 
sIms of (»mpittt cars 

mmwjni n wted i&om trooble- 
frM by owiMfs 

RMNOLEN omiH America's k»w- 
est i^ies 

/lu. RAmuiis NA¥i mch eidtt< 
sNe qualiQr f«itiires M De^p-Dlp 
rustin-ot^^^mur oJl to tlie ro^... 
rattw-free ^b[#»-imtt OMMtnK- 



timt . . , Geramk:>^rmored mnflcr 
and tailpipe desJ^ned M far out- 
last wdlnaiy mufflers 

RAMBLER'S RECORD ECONOMY 

|!cot-ed by 11 years and 35 biUi«i 
owna'-driTOi mites 

ONLY RAMBLER hS» t COmpHCt 
car for rix ft-foot«a 

RAMBLER HAS top ^^als valM 

proved by official Uaed Cm Gukba 



iM Your IMglilwr About His RamUM' 

Be*il t^ yw wlQr RMi4>ter(tealws sen twice as ma^ 0DVip^:t cva psr 
dwOer aa moat ^Imt dealer groups. And your Ramble deato can ^f» 
you a bett« deiri flO the .best of the omipacts. Drhw RunJ^-^wofU 
staji^sod of oMnp^ eaa oBc^boeal 

RAMBLE KALB^ ARE HEALING! COME IN TODAY! 

MARSHALL RAMBLER, INC, 

90S SeventMnth StrMt 



P«9«2"B 



VnK5irv«A BIACH SUN-NEVy^, THURSDAY, |\AARCH 23, 1961 



Gomptete T¥ Schedule for We«k « Thura« tlufu Wed. 



MBC WAVY-TV (JO) 
ABC, WVEC-TV <U} 

TODAY 



W*f 



ll.-ss (IW— MMWnt Wonbw 
A;M (MN-fW Stow 

•iM ( » > ■— bwm tto IMmI 

(Ml— TpA3r-PftV« Omtowv 
fits ( St— lAerw* 



ewaMr 



(!«)— You Bel Your IM» 
l»t^ (l«) — Cwtbm&t V 

(1.1) — mirttXa. Pte«n 
11:«« ( 8)— H«W1 

im-'-4aiA ftm MOT 

U!|« ( •— Wwlhar 
ittU { I)— 4l(Ma 

(li» — Bporto 
IliM (18) — TbastM' "IS" 
liM (W) — TkOt BMk 
tiM (Itt— Ncwi 
lt4S <in— Bfvslat DwraUoMl 



Siis < s> — Cwuui KMawo« 

SiXft <!•)— T»dv In tUfewaU 
•:M (IS)— nidl& 
SiM ( 8>— %b M« ChiMarey 
<1«— OtWv Orsk* Aow 
(ISI— MmXHiOM) TV 
«:tS «M>— 4Iwt MaHljv 
•:» ( S>— Kewg 
. t^SS { 8)-r«A* The Worid Tarn* 

<1S)— Dr. Hudwui'* flKrat JCWMI I 
ItsSS < 3) — ^£xi!R3«e Witb 6l«rM 

(!•)— «W WlMH 
MslS < S)— WMNS „ .. 

(Ml— PW Tour MUM* (Color) 
liiss f m-'^mtmt Bspomk 

(U»— Tto Pitoe U Wrht (Color) 

Af«nwro9»r 

tSiSS ( SV— lAVt; el UM 

(IW— frath or ( 

(IS)— O i Mwm floo 
IttSS ( S)— SoM* t«r Tonorrow 

(M)— a 0eiUt Bo Ton (Color) 

(i3l — ^MoriMr PWoM 
lti«8 ( S>-«Mte tMM 
ItiU (IS)— MMTSma 
l:M ( 8)— I««ri New* 

(!•>— nhdtaw rw DidiM* 

(19>— Moirt " 

llSft ( 3)— IIOTtf 

liSS (18»—lliil-Sv Bourn* 



iiSS (13>— Ou- Mtao 

liSB (!•)— Bow* Olid WomUmt 

SiSS (W) — Job Manor 8tew (Color) 

(IS)— Dor bi Oovrt 
■iSS ( 8)— AoMC Psr^ 

(IS) — IioroMo Tetmr Mww 

(l»-4to«d Sb tMUr 

SiSS ( 8)— 4aw mutoi^v 

(i«^I«ui» Jr. |i[^li™._,„_„ 
(18)— OOMO n>r A &« 

3;3S ( 8) — Vordict It Toun 
(IS)— from TbeM RooU 
(lS)>-Wbo Do Yov TriMt <$- 

StSS ( S> — Brighter Dor 
T (18) — Purex Siiod^ Tm WoowB 

^ (IS) — AmtncaD BiwtiniMl 

8:18 ( 8) — Secret S(or«a 

«r3S ( S>— Bdfo Of NIrt* ~— - 

S.-SS ( 3) — Nowo 

(IS) — SnidtlebWTy Boaad 

S«S ( 8)--JfeTl« 

SiSS (W— «)ilrlrbii<d« 

(18)— Bockr and BU rrlenda 

EVENING 

SiSS (IS)— New* 

(IB)— Bniwlo* 
6:t0 (!•)— WwrtJhor 

■ S:lft (!•>— AiBoi 'N' Andy 
•%m ( St— Alouoac 

SiSS ( S)— Sports Boua^OS 

■ StSS ( S) — ^tv Boporter 
Si«S ( 8) — WeodMraMW 

iia^—Tbo ▼MUan * 

SiSS ( 3) — Donl^M BdVMfdi 

, (IS)— Hmiaor-niiiUor B«vort 

78SS ( 3) — Ewter ftBTrfe 

(in— The Blue Anrela 



BLUE ANGELS 
7:00 

Channel 10 

WAVYTV 



7;<S (ir>— Birtir Xpw« 

?:8S (13) — WrslhKr 

ir.'M (13) — .-^porU 
■-^JS* (18) — Mny/ Tall If The Giant 

• (18)— tfiHwtwani Bo 
•'lliaS <i-t) — Doims Be<>d Show 

«!» ( S» — 1mm &rpy TTicolre 
-<^ (IW— Bol^ atoirtemoii 

(IS)— Hh Bool lleCMn 

•;•• ( m— euntl^Mer 

; (IS) — BarhekH- r^ker 
(13) — Hr a Son* 



nUDAY 

MOKflirO 

8:M (IM— MwaiM V(MriiQ« 

ftiSS (1«— Toroi Mio« 

S.-S« (!•)— CooltlMnt4a ClaosrooBi 

• i8S ( 8) — ^LiMira To Boss 

f 5i ( S>— PS. 

(IS) — Tbdsf-D««« Oarrowv 
7:1S ( 3) — Ltboroeo r 

7:15 ( 3) — Corlooao 
S!«« ( 3)— M«wi 

(UM^^imeitr Timo 
S:t8 ( 8)— CoptalD Kantoroo 
StSS (tS)^7)D«w^ In lldowotor 
SiSS (IS)— ^fotey 
•iSS ( S>— ^Boh and Chanacv 

(IS)— D^ ZNvke Mmw 

(IS)— Storalar tlov4e 
SilS (18) — Heat MartlyB 
SiX8 ( 3)— Howe 
SiS8 ( 8)— Ae t»o Wwl* »urM 

(IW— Or. HnAMn'o Sooeol JonnMl 
|S:«8 ( 3>— BMKtoo mOk SloHk 

(IS)— »ur WiM* 
lis ( 8)— lUtilrad Alosaader 

( m—rutn vnm 

(ISM^PbV Tour ttuMli (C(^r>« 
11:S8 ( 8)— ^OmiUe fiqmmre . 

(1«— 9ko l>He* If Rtlftt (Color) 
UsS8 ( S)— Sur^^oo 



» 




',•=* 
«.-«l 



(18) — ford Show 
(18)— The fJntotu?bablM 
( 3)— y»oc The Nation 



AFmurooN 

IBiSS ( S)-^Uo«o Of Uio 

im^-^^Mtt w eNMNWMH ( ~ 

(I3»— CvmilMO 
(181— NmaSMT nooa* 
18188 ( ai—*tmrA P» Tomorrow 

(I*)— Jt Coald Ba You (Ctelor) 
18it8 ( S)— SflMlM Ught 
IStSS (IW— MBC Wmtm 
liSS ( 8) — ^Loral Bow* 

(IS^kF^Saltar 7or DolUn 
(W—MimA Aoa* 
l:«S ( 8) — KoThi 
-^■»«S 4MB— «w-l«**-Bi>o«SO"'.""-«-.-'^-' 
ia8( UM— Xid-Day Beport 
low (IS)— Mow* and WeaOMr^ 
t:M (IS)— Jao Mimw Sbow CCoIor) 

. hai—av Bi Coon 

Bias ( 8) — ^Boiuo Fart7 

(IS) — ^LioreMa YOunr Sbow 
(IS)— Bood (« Boali^ 

StSS 1^8)— Ao M U Bowrtf o 
nS)— Younc Or. Malocw 
(IS)— Qoeaa ror A Ow 

SiSS ( 8) — Yonttot I* Yours 
(IS)— Proa Tb**o Boot* 
(18) — Who Do You Tnift? 

SiSS ( 3) — Brirbtor Day 

(IS)— XalM Bmnh For OodSr 
(18) — American Bandataud 

4i1A ( a) — 8ea»» 8«onn 

«tsS ( 3)— &)(« Of Nlrht 
(l8>-k.a«Te'» HoUr*oa< 

CM ( 8) — ^Newi At PIva 
(IS)— Dnvtr Dawr 

S«B ( 3)— MoTio 

SsSS (IS)— Whirlrfolide. 
(IS>— Bio Til Tin 

EVENING 

•iSS (IS)— New* 

(ISf— BWiMr - " - - 
S4lS (18) — ^VeaOior 
•US (]•)— Amo* «' Andf 
•iSS ( SJ^-ABnankc 
8:88 ( 3) — ^Sport* Boond-Hp 
•sM ( ^ — TT a.avmuo' 
SiM ( 3) — Weatttonnan 

(13) — AaaifiHBOBt TIiid*rw«tor 
• ilA ( m — ^Oourtaa Bdwarde 

(IS) — Huatfc^-Brtnklejr Beport 
7:M ( 3)— Brothws BrannifMl 

( 16)— Tichtraoo 



TIGHTROPE 
7:00 

Channel 10 



(IS)— HlWPy , 
(IS)— PaMoy ruBate* 
8:SS (IS)— Lo^W 

(U)-^Hi«Mi A Soa 
SiSS ( S)— JbitiH SS 

(IS) — Vaotashouto nayteiu* 
(18)— Th* PUnUtoo* 
Si8S (I8>— SlMT AIOM mill MMh 

(13)— 77 Soaael Strip 
•'..M ( 3)— JaiAia MMatm Show 
IStSS ( S»— The TwiUrtt Som 
(IS)— Mtcbttri tkarm 
(IS)— 4Cte MNtfnN 
ISiSS ( »*-«r*<VNMi M BMotT 
(IS)— n* Law «M Mr. Jooe* 
II ISS ( S)— tlth m^ Btw* 
(1<»— i r*alB oi wo w* 
(t8)»w*i»tt«nnaa 
IttSS (IS)— La«* l^w* 
tilts ( 3>— WoaUior 
litis ( S)— MorM TlM* 
(IS)— Beat of Paw 
(U»— Iporto 
lliSS ( S)— Ilta Peettnl 
(18)— Shock Thoalar 
liSS (IS)— Martne Mteet 
liSS (IS)— Bewa 

it<is> (IS)— BTniiiir DoToUoDd 



SIS8 

3:S8 
3:3* 



4:00 

SiSS 



WAVY-TV 



7ilS (IS) — ^Baiir Bow* 

7:88 (18)— Weamn- 
7:86 (13) — Sport* 
TiSS ( 3)— Rawblda 



2menim and ^uU 



f 



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TV and STEREO HI Fl 



HIRH TV SALES & SERVIQE 

-LONDON MUOGE, VA. 

(W*S«vic»AIIMMcM) 
OPEN 9 A.M. '9 PM, PhoiM OA 8-1727 



OPEN 24 HOURS 




Stop fn any tims, night or doy, fof 
the bsst cup of frssh-brswed coffss 
in town. Moks it SOQNI 



Here'i hod lot t^try mooeff 
from quick mock to tmwtf 
m9al, ws i«ry8 jrot/ H$htl 



SATURDAY 

MOtlNINO 

SiSS (IS>— Momaic itorahip 
7.1S (IS)— Todar On Th* Mm 
7iis ( 3)— Kida Kovio 
(I8)~-Biim Buany 
SiSS ( 8)— lOd'e Movie 

(18 ) »oop Book'* Plralo Dm 
(iSJxCoBiodr Vim* 
SiSS ( S)— Bmo Th* tOaim 
(IS>--Shlpwr*di IrianS 
hs)— Wild Bin Btekok Tha*«i« 
1S«S ( S)— Oaptala KMSarM 

(tS>— 8b*iT IiBwl* Ittow (Color) 
(1S>— Booia laS SaMlM 
ISiSS (IS)— Kla« I«oawdo aaS 

Kwrt Sahtoct* ((^lw> 
(ia»— TIM Pakoo 
UiSS ( W— JUfte ItM 
(IS»— Pwir 

(l«~4)aiicar I* Mf 

lldS ( 31— Bor Horen ' 

(IS)— ^he l«Bo Baanr 
(I8)-^P Th« Piper 

AFTERNOON 

IStSS ( n—Mtf KlBf 

(18)— Tme Story 

(18>— lAOch With Seupp Saia* 
IBiaS ( »— flixtilr Monee 

ISilS (I3)-^ovio 
I. -so ( 8>— Jiewa 

(18) — Car Soout 
l:3S ( 3)— The Bir l^ctare 

(IS)— Satitrdagr Cinema 

( 3)— Bill Naaiber (too 

( 3) — ^Matinee Movi* 

(ia>— Jtm Bowte ,. ^ *„, , 

(IS)— N.I.T. Ba«kertNtt 

(13) — ContraiU 

(13) — Vi84tnr 

( 3) — Tidewiiter Champioiuhip 
Bowline 

(IS)— An-Sta» QoU 

EVENING 

SiSS ( 3)- Brtnftmt Up moti 
(IS)— PlaylMMe 10 
(13) — Behind aoeed Dow* 

e:as ( 3) — Time Out r^r SpoKS 
(IS)— •SlrOTce Court 

8:48 ( SV— trea^tr 

7:«S ( 3)— Manhunt ' 

7!»8 (18) — ^Bewa 

liSS 4 S»-««rrT Xaaan 

i^s?ar — 

StSS ( S)— Cbedtmate 

(1S>— Taltaaa 

(18)— 4<eavo it To B*ar«r 
StSS (IS)— lAwrence Welk 

(IS)— n* Depntjr 
SiSS ( 8) — Bave Qun. WiU traxA 

(IS)— Our AmerUso HentMr* 
l8iS8 ( 3)— Otmsmolte 

(13) — rvht ot the W»!«* 
IViU (13)— Make That Spare 
18:38 ( 3)— Thf Tlurt Man 

(10) — The Blc Mofte 
lliSS ( 8) — ^llthi Boar Meww 

(Itt— 3(ew*-WeMber 



SUNOCO NEWS 
11:00 

Channel 10 

WAVY-TV 



(IS)— Theatar "18" 
tilts ( W— WHtlMr 
inn ( S)— OSoTte 

(IS)— The Bir MoTio 
ItiSS (IS)— I^te, LaU Show 



1:88 (IM — tJcwa 
SiSS ( 



M— BrottiBt Borotioa 



$UM>AY 

MORNING 

SiSS (IS)— Jratth Por Tod^ 
Sin (1S>— Mofnlnf Woralup 
Si8S (1«>— C»vVier Quart** 

(t.t)— T»lk Back 
SiSS (lt») — Chitfrh la The Home 

(tS»— C<>m«v^ Time 
StSS ( 3>— ThiB U The Ufe 

(IS)— i^TO «nd lieam 

(li»— OmaMdr Mae 
IStSS ( mj-lamp Unto My P**l 



ISiSS 



-Teen Tsilk 
< U|)-~8ai>dajr ■ne^« 



a)— i-ook Up and JAve, 
(IS)— Thia Id The Answer 

ll»88 ( 3)— Local Church Servine 

(tSlTAonler MMiorial Chiin-h 

lltSS (IS)— Science PMloa Tbeatro 

AFTEBNOON 

ISiSS ( 3)— Ptajr'et th« #eek 
(IS) — Topic 
(13) — ^Whltf Hunter 



ISiSS 

lti«S 
liSS 



(18) — ^Kewo 
(t»— «p the nper 
(ISA'-rSpoHa Heel 
(I 



l!8S 



IS)— ^undaj .<nioW(«M! 

(13) — Oral Roberui 

(13) — ChriHtliw Stdeniv 
1S4S (IS)— lAmottaM* At Worii 
S!«S ( 8>-^Ke*». Weather, Sporte 

( IS)— Vlelory At Sea 
8:80 ( 8) — ^Sport* 8perta»ni1»r 

(13)— O.9.9. 
St88 ( IS)— <'hiinieioMhip Bridfe 
3:3S (is)— TV Bfour flf Slurs 

(13)— KuUDd USA 
tiW ( 3)— Tlif Great CbaUenge 

(18)— U U Written 
4:3S (IS)— (ioK Tip* 

(13)— Paul Wim4iell 
8i88 ( B)— •Boao The Clowh 

(IS)-<<teinlbiis 

(13)— Funday Punni** 
J^ ( SI— a. B._Colhaa^wl 



11:88 ( 31 — SuaS^Kow to«tal 

(18)— Ml* Miw 
II lis (iSJ—Woatber 
llilS ( K—JMmme 

iW—Bommt Bow* 

(IS)— 'Rioatre IS 
lltas ( S;-^4Itko WaBaee 

(IS)— SUr Morie 
If iSS (IS)— l4to. I4d* now 
t:S« (IS)— >Itow* 
tils (IS)— ^iwMnt DevoUoaal 



MONDAY 

MORNING 

Sisa (IS)— ofomiBf now 

S:30 (IS) — Pam Show 
SiSO (18) — Coottnaatia ClMofooaa 
SiSt ( 3) — Umtn 10 B*ad • 
7:SS ( S)— P.S, 

(18»— Today-Davo fiarrowap 
7!l8 ( 3) — ^USorse* 
7:48 ( 8)— Cartoon* 
S.-SO ( S>— Mow* 

<lS)-~Co»*«r TliBO 
8:18 ( A>— ^tala KaataMo 
SHIS (tS>— ^Aht ^ TbtBwiMr 
SiM (18) — to^r 
S:OS ( 8) — ^Boh and Chatmoiy 
(lS)-r^l*Ubl* Ondte Mow 
(MO— ^BduoUitnal TV 
Sits {m—it»H Martin 
SiSS ( S>— B*w* 
SiSS ( »—ik» TH* Wortd TtWM 

(IS) — ^Dr. Hudeoa** SwMt iMtatf 
tSiSS ( 8) — ExerclM wltk ttlorta 

(IS) — 8»y When 
ISilS ( S) — ^MiUrad AtaaaSar 
18!88 ( m — VUtto TUtan 

(1S>— Play Tow Bnaeii (Color) 
iSiSS ( S}— Clrclo Thoatro 

(1«>— Th* Ihrico I* BiAt (Color) 
lliSS ( S^— Snrpr^ pacln«* 
. (tS>— CoQi'cntradon 
(IS) — Love That Bob 



AFTERNOON 



IS 18 



( 8)— I«v* ot Ul* 

(tS>— 'Tlulb or OMi**qti*n«** 

(IB) ' Oa i iM Xifla**> - - - 

ISiSS ( 8) B o a iyh per l^nnorrow 
(t« — It CobU Be You tColor) 
(tS)^ — NombM- P1«M0 ' 
18:48 ( 8>-r-The OtfStoW I<Mlt 
1S:9S (18) — NBC Kaw* 
1:80 ( 8) — Local Mew* 

(ISi — SiallBt Por DoIImi 
(IS) — ^Abotit Pai^ 
liSS ( S) — Beat of Hoilr»o«d 
1:38 (18)— lOur MiH Brooks 

, lass, u«^TPltew*,*j»<i . Jr«auj^*„ 

SiSS (tm~~Jua Unmv Show (Color) 
(1S>— Oar Bi CouH 

StSS ( S) — Bona* Party 

US>— Loretta Tooiit n«w 
(IS)— Boad To KaMtx 

8. -SO ( 3)— The Millionaire 
(18) — Yonnc Dr. Malon* 
(13) — (Joeen Por A Day 

SiSS ( 8) — Verdict k Your* 
(IS) — From These Root* 
(18) — Who Do Vou 'iToait 

«!SS ( 3)— BrMtto' Day 

(101— Hak* Room Por Daddy 
( 13>— Amerioan Bandstand 

4! 19 ( 8) — Soeret Storm 

4i3S ( 8) — Bdn Of Nlrht 

(IS)— liMre's Hollywood 

SiSS ( S)— New* At Pire 

(IS) — Quick Draw MeOraw 

8:88 ( 8) — ^Movie 

B:38 (18) — Whirlyfcirds